Kanye West’s mental health is being placed in the spotlight amid a series of tirades against fellow celebrities Pete Davidson, Kid Cudi, and Billie Eilish on Instagram, which later prompted the 22-time Grammy-winning rapper to clarify that he remains at the helm of his online accounts.

In 2019, West opened up about his bipolar disorder diagnosis, which he likened to having a “sprained brain” in an interview for David Letterman's Netflix show, "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction."

“With us, once our brain gets to a point of spraining, people do everything to make it worse,” West added at the time.

Now legally known as Ye, the 44-year old “Donda” hitmaker got busy over the weekend as he took to Instagram to blast his estranged wife’s young beau, whom he called “Skete” numerous times.

Although it remains unclear what its true meaning holds, there are suggestions that the term bears an explicit translation.

Since Kardashian, 41, filed for divorce in early 2021, Kanye made several changes to his Instagram account. At one point, he wiped out all the images of his family on his profile, making it appear more about his business and music.

But just a day after that, he posted a snap of Kim and their kids from a Vogue photoshoot, where he pleaded for a divine intervention to restore his family.

Soon after that, he bombarded fans with a slew of hate posts against the “Saturday Night Live” funnyman, 28, after Pete officially called the Skims founder his girlfriend.

In a now-deleted post featuring Pete’s pap shot, Kanye called the Staten Island native a "d***head" and said he's "Hillary Clinton's ex-boyfriend.” Claims that Pete and Hillary dated stemmed from the comedian's previous move to get inked with his "hero" Clinton on his calf, according to the Daily Mail.

The series of posts against Davidson would later total to 11, with part of that hate collection including the separated father-of-four blasting the 38-year-old Cudi for being friends with "you-know-who," referring to Davidson.

Ultimately, West distanced himself from the “Hot n’ Cold” rapper and announced he will no longer appear on his upcoming 11th studio album “Donda 2.”

He would also cross out the “King of Staten Island” star in another photo he posted and later removed, where he was with Cudi, Davidson, and Timothee Chalamet from 2019. In that submission, Ye captioned in all caps, "I just wanted my friend to have my back [but] the knife just goes in deeper.”

As for the ongoing controversy with Eilish, 20, fans are accusing the “Heaven and Hell” singer of misogyny after he threatened to boycott Coachella unless the “Ocean Eyes” hitmaker, a fellow headliner, apologizes to Travis Scott.

The issue came after Billie seemingly dissed Scott over the Astroworld crowd surge, which left 10 people dead.

"I wait for people to be OK before I keep going," she said after calling medical attention for a fan during a show in Atlanta.

In retaliation, Kanye called out Billie on IG, instructing her to, "apologize to Trav and to the families of the people who lost their lives." He added that he would attend Coachella with the embattled rapper but would need Eilish’s apology beforehand, according to People.

Meanwhile, the brazen “bad guy” singer would respond directly to Ye’s post to say she "​​literally never said a thing about Travis" and that she was simply extending help to a fan.

Kim Kardashian & Kanye West
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are in the process of finalizing their divorce. Photo by Pierre Suu/Getty Images

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