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Tweeps react to Kanye West bringing DaBaby & Marilyn Manson on stage at 'Donda' listening party

DaBaby, Kanye West and Marilyn Manson. Picture: Apple Music

DaBaby, Kanye West and Marilyn Manson. Picture: Apple Music

Published Aug 27, 2021

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Kanye West’s never-ending listening parties continued for his upcoming album “Donda” at the Soldier Field stadium in Chicago, but his surprise guests left tweeps upset.

The “Ultralight Beam” hitmaker held his third listening party for the album on Thursday, which was initially supposed to be released in early August, and debuted some changes to the album since the last time he played it.

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Once again, Kanye had a packed stadium of fans and the event was streamed live on Apple Music, with fans hoping that after this session he would finally result in the album dropping. It didn’t.

The biggest change fans noticed about the album was on the song “Jail” which originally had Jay-Z as a feature but was replaced with DaBaby.

The controversial “Cry Baby” rapper and Marilyn Manson, who is facing several sexual and emotional abuse allegations, was brought on stage.

Tweeps weren’t happy about it and shared their thoughts online.

“A Trumper brought out a homophobe and rapist to premiere new music,” said @KirkWrites79.

“The toxic trifecta is complete,” said radio personality @sboshmafu.

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“I don’t have to tell you guys about DaBaby so I’ll tell you about Marilyn Slightly smiling face he has 4 sexual assault allegations as of July 2021,” commented @NotYetUhuru_.

“I’m tired of people acting shocked about Kanye’s behaviour. Did you think an anti-abortion, anti-vaxx, Trump supporter would be pro-women? Come on,” said @BassieM_.

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“There’s nothing shocking about this because an anti-abortion antivaxxer slash Trump supporter would never be pro-women. he’s like, a raging misogynist. i thought you guys would know that by now,” said @kabelo_hbic.

“He is rage baiting. Just release music and leave us alone f***ing hell,” said @Zion_SD.

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“A right wing enthusiast, a homophobe and a r*pist all on one stage,” said @_shookknight.

It is not known when “Donda” will be released.

However, Apple updated its website, with the album supposedly dropping on September 3 on Apple Music and September 5 on iTunes.

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