How did Donda die?
The rap superstar has dedicated his 10th studio album to his 'momager,' who passed away 14 years ago from heart failure caused by multiple postoperative factors. EL PAÍS in EnglishDonda, Kanye West’s mother: A musical muse who died after cosmetic surgery
When did Donda West die?
Donda West died at home the next day, November 10, 2007, while under the care of her nephew, a nurse. The final coroner's report January 10, 2008 said Donda West died of "coronary artery disease and multiple post-operative factors due to or as a consequence of liposuction and mammoplasty." wikipedia.orgJan Adams (surgeon)
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Kim Kardashian ‘Blindsided’ by Kanye West’s ‘Hurricane’ Lyrics Hinting at His Cheating: ‘She Had No Idea’
03 September, 2021 - 01:10pm
“She should have known, but she really didn’t think he would reveal it in this manner. Kim definitely felt blindsided,” adds the insider. “She knew he strayed in the marriage, but she had no idea he would share about it in ‘Hurricane.'”
Although Kanye, 44, never mentions Kim, 40, by name, the lyrics of “Hurricane” off his 10th studio album, Donda, seemingly reference several aspects of their relationship. “Here I go actin’ too rich / Here I go with a new chick / And I know what the truth is / Still playin’ after two kids / It’s a lot to digest when your life always movin’,” the Grammy Award winner, who shares kids North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm with the KKW Beauty founder, raps.
“Architectural Digest, but I needed home improvement / Sixty million dollar home, never went home to it,” Kanye added in a separate lyric. “Genius gone clueless, it’s a whole lot to risk.” The couple’s multimillion-dollar home was featured in Architectural Digest in February 2020 — just one year before Kim filed for divorce.
Since then, Kim and Kanye appear to be amicably coparenting their four children. In fact, the former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star attended all three of Kanye’s Donda listening parties, including the most recent where she wore a Balenciaga wedding gown during his performance of “No Child Left Behind.”
Kim “is playing nice when it comes to Kanye. That was to be expected. She does respect him and will always have love for him. She’s not going to dog him. That’s just who she is,” a third insider previously dished to In Touch.
“They’ve talked about not bashing each other in public, which they both agreed on, for the sake of their children,” the source assured. “She knows full well that it takes very little to make Kanye fly off the handle and speak his mind. He’s done it before, and she’s doing everything she can to avoid that from ever happening again.”
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03 September, 2021 - 09:59am
But on Wednesday, Peppa took a break from her hobbies and evidently decided to roast Kanye West on the internet.
In a tweet on Wednesday — which has since been deleted, to be clear — the show's official Twitter account trolled the hip-hop artist because his latest record, "Donda," landed a 6.0 rating on the music publication Pitchfork. "Peppa’s Adventures: The Album," in contrast, earned a respectable 6.5 score.
"Peppa didn't need to host listening parties in Mercedes-Benz Stadium to get that .5," the tweet said, referring to West's listening event at the the football stadium in Atlanta in July. He then lived inside the stadium while he worked to complete "Donda," his 10th studio album.
The text was accompanied by a pair of emojis — a dropped microphone and a pig snout — as well as side-by-side pictures of the Pitchfork reviews, according to people who shared screenshots of the tweet before it was deleted.
not the official peppa pig account dragging donda then deleting the tweet pic.twitter.com/OLguYaa3et
"Donda," a 27-track album, received mixed reviews upon its release on Aug. 29.
"Peppa's Adventures: The Album," which features songs such as "Birdy Birdy Woof Woof" and "Bing Bong Champion," dropped on July 30.