The rapper took to his Instagram Stories on Sunday, September 18, to seemingly compare himself to the Bible’s Moses, reports Mirror.
“No one asked Moses how much he slept,” he wrote in white text over a black background.
He first shared the text with a typo before deleting it and re-sharing it with the corrected text.
It comes after Ye launched his own private school, which aims to “prepare students to become the next generation of leaders, thinkers and innovators”.
The 45-year-old is understood to be behind Donda Academy, which is a tuition-based Christian prep school that is said to charge around $15,000 (about R265 447) per year.
The institution, said to be based in California, promises a “world-class education,” according to its website, which involves worship, science classes, choir and even parkour.
Sources told Rolling Stone magazine that families have to sign non-disclosure agreements, though a consultant for the school has told the outlet that only parents sign it, and they described such as an “informal agreement”.
According to the school’s website, the daily schedule includes “full school worship,” core classes of language arts, mathematics and science, as well as “enrichment courses”.
However, despite opening a learning institution, the “Runaway”, the rapper said he doesn’t like reading books.
“When you said I hadn’t read this book, I actually haven’t read any book,” he explained in an interview with the Alo Mind Full podcast.
The star, who is known for his endless rants, recently admitted that his former-wife Kim Kardashian raises their children ’80 percent of the time’.