Kanye West‘s new 21-track Donda 2 album was released Tuesday on his own branded “Stem Player,” which costs $200, and he claims he’s already sold more than $2 million worth of the players since February 17, when he announced the album news. Yeezy also claims that he turned down a $100 million deal with Apple Music to stream Donda 2 on the platform.

Now that Apple isn’t streaming the album, however, Ye announced that Apple is now on his “beef” list. He named all his beefs, past and present, in an Instagram post that has since been deleted. The list includes Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson, Drake, and Barack Obama.


Here is the full list: Taylor Swift, Nike, Kim Kardashian, Wiz Khalifa, Jay-Z, Kid Cudi, Billie Eilish, Peppa Pig, Pete Davidson, Drake, Ray J, Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Kimmel, South Park, Deadmau5, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, J. Cole, Travis Scott, Harriet Tubman, Apple, Spotify, Vivendi, Universal, Lucien Grange, TikTok, Barack Obama, Black History Month, the entire cast of Saturday Night Live, Hillary Clinton, the Devil, Corey Gamble, Jeff Bezos, and liberals.

Ye is staging a “Donda 2 Performance Experience” Tuesday night at LoanDepot Park in Miami. The event will combine “music, art and fashion,” and also feature “additional special guests,” according to a press release. It will be shown live in IMAX theaters in 15 cities at 9 p.m. ET.

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