Very few celebrities understand the power they have over the masses. The influence they have on their fans is moving to extend their opinions to become their fans’ opinions. Well, for better or worse, Kanye West now Ye does understand the power of influence he has on people. In this unreleased clip from jeen-yuhs he talks about influence and responsibility at this stage in his career.
jeen-yuhs – Never seen before clip
After 20 years of hard work from directors, Clarence “Coodie” Simmons and Chike Ozah is finally before the world. The documentary is divided into three parts, with the first released in February and the last in March.
Even though we see every second of Ye’s life in the trilogy documentary. The directors had to leave out some parts that they thought were irrelevant. However, now that the documentary is out, TIMES, the studio behind the documentary, has released a left-out clip from the film that no one has ever seen!
Director Coodie and Ye are talking about how God has given Ye a great responsibility to influence people and move masses while they are in China. In the clip, Coodie says to Ye that with the influence he has and the stage at which he is today, he just as to “go with the flow.”
The director then tells him that Ye’s amazing team is because of God, to which Ye nods and agrees to all. After Coodie tells Ye to be straight, Ye replies by saying, “I want to make sure that everybody is straight.”
Ye in the clip shares that he is a socialist more than he is a capitalist by saying, “you know I’m like way more socialist than I’m than I am capitalist.” “but I live in this world at this time so have to capitalize in order to socialize.”
The director-actor duo then discusses how Ye feels blessed to be in a position of influence. And says how great it would be if everybody could help everybody so that the world could be a better place.
Watch the full unreleased clip here.
Other works of the directors
Even though directors Simmons and Chike spent a good amount of time on the Kanye Trilogy. It does not mean they did not work on other projects. So if you like, jeen-yuh check out more films from its directors.
A Kid From Coney Is. and Benji, The King of New Orleans and Muhammad Ali: The Peoples Champ are some of the duo’s great films.
Let us know what you feel about jeen-yuhs and should it get a season two or not in the comments below.