Kanye confronts Netflix, claims it’s shutting down his documentary: Open editing room immediately so I can take charge of my own image!
Kanye West apparently unhappy with the way Netflix is handling his documentaries.
Rap icon Kanye West used Instagram to let Nextflix know that he wanted control of the documentary they were releasing about him. He posted a photo of a promotional poster for JEEN-YUHS and annotate it:
“I will say this kindly one last time. I must receive final editing and approval on this material before it is released on Netflix. Open the editing room immediately so I can take charge of my own images. Thank you in advance. ”
A Netflix mini series chronicling the rise of By Kanye career was first reported around April 2021. The project is said to have been acquired for $30 million. Clarence “Coodie” Simmons and Chike Ozah, better known as Coodie & Chike, supposedly overseeing the documentary. This duo has previously worked with Kanye in his early years, producing music videos such as “Through The Wire” and “Jesus Walks.” Over the years, they’ve shot behind-the-scenes videos of the rapper. Their footage will be used in the movie.
Topics covered in JEEN-YUHS: A Kanye Trilogy including the tragic death of By Kanye mom, Donda West, how he developed into a fashion house and his brush with politics in the 2020 election.
The documentary is scheduled to release on February 16. Netflix recently uploaded a trailer, showing a young person Kanye perfected his craft from 2002-2004.
Kanye West listed as a producer for the film.
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