Ye’s “Donda” was nominated for Album of the Year despite its poor reception and problematic collaborations.
It’s hard to understand how Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) scored four Grammy nominations this year for “Donda,” including this year’s album.
In addition to being described as “exhausting”, “disappointing” and “almost-disobedient” by a number of music critics, it is impossible to overlook the dark shadow cast over “Donda” by Yes’s disturbing range of collaborations.
Thanks to a recent adjustment of eligibility standards, Chris Brown, Marilyn Manson and DaBaby are all set to collect trophies if “Donda” wins the top prize.
Both Brown and Manson have been repeatedly accused of sexually assaulting several different women.
One of Manson’s prosecutors – who recently filed a lawsuit against Manson, which included allegations of sexual assault, human trafficking and illegal imprisonment – recently told People that seeing him embraced by Ye is “like being traumatized.” (Manson has denied all charges of assault. Brown has pleaded guilty to one charge of assault in 2009 and another in 2014, but denied all other charges).
For her part, DaBaby has been widely criticized for homophobic comments and association with Tory Lanez, whom Megan Thee Stallion accused of shooting her.
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