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Ye Plans To Build City In The Middle East

As reported by NDTV, Ye has revealed his plans to build a self-sustaining city in the Middle East called DROAM. The city is said to span over 100,000 acres, which is twice the size of New York City. However, he hasn't disclosed the exact location where he aims to build this ambitious project. The news was announced by X (formerly Twitter) platform account “Unreleased Ye”. It seems Ye is once again making headlines for dreaming big, which is the motto of his predecessor Dame Dash.

Ye's city plan is still in the early stages of development. He's reaching out to various professionals such as project managers, engineers, architects, contractors, and builders to help bring his vision to life. It'll be exciting to see how it progresses from here.

Ye’s recent announcement has left his fans with mixed feelings. While some are excited about his plans, others are skeptical. One user on X wrote, "Bro went from trying to be the president of America to building his own city in the Middle East." Another user joked, "Bro is trying to become a sheik by 2024. His name is going to be kanyedeen."

Notably, Ye's announcement comes amidst a backdrop of unfinished ventures and neglected properties.

It is disconcerting to learn about the reported neglect of Kanye West's Los Angeles church, which he acquired earlier in 2023 for $1.5 million.

The images that have surfaced on social media, depicting boarded-up windows and accumulating trash, are distressing and raise concerns about the state of the property. As a property owner, it is important to prioritize the upkeep and maintenance of one's assets, especially if they serve as a place of worship for a community. Hopefully, the necessary measures will be taken to address these issues and restore the church to a safe and welcoming environment for all.

Ye has listed his Malibu home for sale. According to the report, he abandoned the plans to renovate it and the property is now listed for $53 million. This is apparently lower than what he paid for it two years ago, which was $57.25 million.

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