Kanye West References Latest Controversies In New Track ‘Someday We’ll All Be Free’

A new song, titled “Someday We’ll All Be Free,” released by Kanye West sees the singer referencing his latest controversies surrounding antisemitic remarks.

The latest of the ceaseless string of controversies came up during his appearance on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones‘ show, when Ye praised Adolf Hitler and Nazis.

At the end of the new track, a clip of his interview with Jones plays, in which the conspiracy theorist tries to give Kanye a chance to pull back on his pro-Nazi statements.

“Can we just kind of say, like, you like the uniforms but that’s about it?” Jones can be heard saying in the song.

Ye is heard responding, “No, there’s a lot of things that I love.” The clip then repeats the phrase “that I love” as the music fades out.

Ye also repeats the lyrics “Tweeted deathcon / Now we past three” in the song, referencing his tweet in which he said he wanted to go “death con 3” on Jews amid another strange and vile rant.

West presumably referenced the military term “defcon,” which is a term with five levels┬áto┬ádenote the intensity of a national security threat.

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