Kanye West is having a moment of clarity.
After a whirlwind week on social media, during which he took aim at Kid Cudi, Billie Eilish, and Pete Davidson, Ye cleared out his Instagram account and shared a message with his followers, except this time it wasn’t in all caps.
“I’ve learned that using all caps makes people feel like I’m screaming at them,” he wrote. “I’m working on my communication. I can benefit from a team of creative professionals, organizers, mobilizers and community leaders. Thank everybody for supporting me.”
He also took accountability for airing out his private conversations with Kim Kardashian amid his attempts to win her back.
“I know sharing screen shots was jarring and came off as harassing Kim. I take accountability,” he said before promising to do better. “I’m still learning in real time. I don’t have all the answers. To be good leader is to be a good listener.”
The day before, Ye posted screenshots of his texts with his estranged wife after he sent a truckload of flowers to her house for Valentine’s Day. In one message, Kim called him out for exposing their texts. “Why can’t you keep any of our conversations private ???” she asked.
Ye responded, “Cause I got a text from my favorite person in the world. I’m your number one fan. Why wouldn’t I tell everyone!!!!”
Kim also confronted Ye for his ongoing threats against her new boyfriend, Pete Davidson. “U are creating a scary and dangerous environment and someone will hurt Pete and this will all be your fault,” she told him.
In response, Ye told his followers not to “do anything physical to Skete” because he’s “going to handle the situation myself.”
During his social media tirade, Ye also said that Kid Cudi won’t be on DONDA 2 because of his friendship with Davidson, prompting Cudi to call him a “dinosaur.”
In between his social media antics, Ye announced that he will bring his “DONDA Experience” to Miami’s LoanDepot Park on Feb. 22, the same day he is expected to drop DONDA 2.