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Candace Owens Says Ye’s ‘Vultures 1’ Marks The End Of Cancel Culture

Candace Owens congratulates Ye and his album, 'Vultures 1' by saying that 'Cancel culture has been officially cancelled.'

Conservative commentator Candace Owens congratulated the artist formerly known as Kanye West after his latest release, Vultures 1, with Ty Dolla $ign. Owens suggested that Ye’s continued momentum after being “unofficially” canceled is a good sign.

“Cancel culture has been officially cancelled,” Owens posted on her Twitter/X account.

After a delayed release, fans are able to hear Ye’s new music. He released the album independently with no label backing. Ye has had to field issues stemming from his use of sampling. But, that did not stop Trump-loving Owens from congratulating the music producer.

Just before the album dropped, musician Ozzy Osbourne chastised the Donda recording artist for sampling a section of one of his live performances for one of the songs from the Vultures album that was played at a listening party. The song sampled Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man” and Osbourne, in all caps, relayed a message on X stating that Ye did not have permission to use the sample for the song due to him being “AN ANTISEMITE.”

Osbourne isn’t the only one to claim Ye is using a sample without permission. Billboard reported that the estate of disco queen Donna Summer did not approve of the unauthorized interpolation of her 1977 hit “I Feel Love” that the recording artist used in “Good (Don’t Die).” The media outlet also reported that Spotify took the song off its streaming service on Wednesday, Feb. 14 due to the claim issued by Summer’s estate.

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