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Today, hyperbolic statements like "If Kanye West took a piss, you'd write about it," which are often thrown in our direction in the depths of comment sections, actually carry some weight.

During another Twitter tirade aimed directly at his music label, Kanye posted a video in which he gives one of his 21 Grammys a golden shower. It was captioned "Trust me ... I WONT STOP," and you can watch it below, should you so desire.

The post arrived after he shared a number of screenshots containing his contract with Def Jam Music Group, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group.

In case you were wondering, it wasn't the clip of his drowning statue that resulted in Kanye's temporary suspension from the platform. During his label blasting session, he posted the phone number for a Forbes editor and urged his followers to call them (promoting a type of online harassment known as doxxing — searching for and publishing private/identifying information about an individual on the Internet, typically with malicious intent). This, NBC reports, violates Twitter's privacy policy, hence the suspension.

Further reading: Kanye's Point About Music Labels Is One We Can Actually Get Behind.

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