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Lupe Fiasco Has A Message For Kanye West

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Kanye West gave Lupe Fiasco one of his early breaks when he put his fellow Chicago spitter on his 2006 hit 'Touch The Sky.'

Lupe's come a long way since then. But he remembers where he comes from, and he offered prayers to his big bro 'Ye -- who's struggling with mental exhaustion -- during a recent concert.

“To put yourself out like that. And to perform, day in and day out,” Lupe says. “And when you not performing, you thinking about performing. And when you not thinking about performing, you performing. When you not performing, you recovering from performing. When you not recovering from performing you gotta prepare yourself to perform again. Right? That's hard.” "So with that said, we want to send prayers out to my big bro Kanye. He say a lot of goofy shit sometimes, but he from Chicago, so it don’t even fucking matter, and I wish a nigga would say something. Show you what this Chi-Raq shit really about.”
Lupe's words about the pressures of the industry are similar to what Twista said in response to Kanye's breakdown.

Do you think 'Ye will recover from his setback?

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