Kanye West is at it again. The rapper took things to a whole new level after he expressed his animosity towards “Forbes” in the most inane way ever -- sharing the contact details of Randall Lane, the chief content officer of Forbes Media and editor of the magazine on his feed.

And that’s not all. West called the editor a “white supremacist” in the explosive post that got Twitter to ban the 43-year-old from posting any further until he removed the tweet that disclosed private details about Lane.

While the social network hid the post from public view, the viral tweet managed to amass over 40,000 likes in the short span of time that it stayed. West’s Twitter meltdown comes in at a rather precarious time -- his unlikely bid for president and rumors about a fallout with his wife, Kim Kardashian.

Amid the controversy, West openly ranted about his issues with recording labels and contracts. He asserted on Monday that he won’t be putting out any new music until his contract is complete with Sony and Universal. The tweet, however, was deleted, only to be followed by another jarring tweet.

Kanye West, on Tuesday, tweeted a screenshot of a text message conversation with an unnamed advisor who proposed potential game plans. “But if Taylor’s cost $300 million yours would cost a lot more I assume,” said the advisor hinting at the Scooter Braun’s 2019 acquisition of the label Big Machine Records from Scott Borchetta.

 West’s advisor sided with his client’s views and suggested that West’s team was ready for an argument with the Universal and Sony for not supporting West “fully” and thus breaching the contract and cited that “this is the lawsuit/termination nuclear option”.

 His inflammatory tweet hinted at how he wished to see “everybody’s contracts” while drawing comparisons between the NBA and music industry to “Modern day slave ships.” West also uploaded a video of himself peeing on one of his Grammy’s.

West and  Kardashian have been transparent about the rapper’s battle with a mental health condition – he’s reportedly bipolar.

Khloe Kardashian, Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Khloe, Kourtney, Kim Kardashian, Scott Disick and Kanye West are seen leaving a restaurant on Nov. 09, 2012, in London, United Kingdom. MMY/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images