Kanye West Plans to Build City Twice the Size of New York City in the Middle East

Kanye West’s ambitious plans extend beyond music and design. He plans to build an independent metropolis in the Middle East called DROAM. The rapper, who is now going by Ye, plans to construct a sizable metropolis halfway across the globe.

West’s proposal for a new metropolis in the Middle East is cause for concern considering his track record of abandoned undertakings, such as unmet album commitments. According to the New York Post, the latest partnership with Ty Dolla $ign, which was supposed to drop last weekend, continues a trend of declarations without follow-through, which has left fans perplexed and uneasy.

There is a lot of conjecture that West will release his album on New Year’s Eve. However, a few supporters are cautiously optimistically expecting this.

West made the audacious declaration on X that he was establishing DROAM, a city in the Middle East, albeit it is still unclear where exactly. Currently in its early stages of development, the city is projected to encompass more than 100,000 acres and will be twice the size of New York City.

West is actively looking for partners and inviting engineers, builders, contractors, and project managers to join the enormous project. In the middle of this inspirational declaration, however, there were rumors that West’s $1.5 million Los Angeles church, which he had purchased in March, was in disrepair.

Recent pictures of trash accumulation and boarded-up windows have surfaced, showing a stark contrast to his aspirations for the world. In an even more surprising turn of events, West has put his Malibu house up for sale. Despite abandoned repair plans, the house is currently without electricity or windows. The property, which was demolished and bought for $57.25 million two years prior, is currently listed for $53 million, highlighting West’s financial difficulties.

As fans begin to digest the news of DROAM, it brings to light West’s history of unfulfilled promises and deserted properties and begs the issue of what to expect from this most recent endeavor.

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