Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, recently accused The Walt Disney Company of “spiking the punch” and “making our kids question their sexuality early on purpose to cause confusion.”

Mickey Mouse via Disney Parks YouTube

During a wide ranging interview with Wack100 on the Clubhouse app, which Ye shared to his official Telegram account, he brought up Disney on multiple occasions.

At about an hour and 20 minutes into the program while discussing the recent promotion of child pornography in a Balenciaga photo shoot, Ye began discussing pornography and prostitution in general.

During this discussion, Ye stated, “That’s somebody’s daughter on OnlyFans. That’s somebody’s daughter on Reddit. That’s somebody’s daughter on PornHub. That’s somebody’s daughter in the window. So if we really want to talk Balenciagate, let’s talk about it. Let’s talk about how we all participate. Let’s talk about me discovering pornography when I was 5 years old and the fact that this is a legal drug put on freeway signs.”

“You go to certain cities and they have strip clubs on freeway signs. It’s a whole family there. For me when I was dealing with a pornography addiction at age 14 I had to sneak. I had to sneak or I had to go get a crackhead or one of my friends that grown a beard or something like that to go and buy it,” he continued.

Kanye West performs at The Museum of Modern Art’s annual Party in the Garden benefit, New York City, May 10, 2011 Photo Credit: Jason Persse, CC BY-SA 2.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

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He then put the onus on TikTok and Disney, “Right now, they’re spiking the punch. TikTok is spiking the punch. Disney is spiking the punch. They are making our kids question their sexuality early on purpose to cause confusion.”

“And that is part of this new war, this world order we’re part of. We’re already in World War III and don’t even realize it,” he added.

Mickey Mouse in Fantasia’s The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (1940), The Walt Disney Company via MOV Clips YouTube

At the beginning of his interview, Ye mentioned Disney when he was asked what executive orders he would implement upon being elected President of the United States.

Ye responded to the question saying, “I think we start by ending the most favorite nation with China because of the coronavirus and fentanyl. Chia is shipping fentanyl into the U.S. That’s one of our biggest crises and that’s apart of China’s takeover of the U.S., hitting us every way possible.”

He continued, “I know people point towards China all the time. They lost the Industrial Revolution and they actually have books about how they have a 100 year plan to become the new world order and that’s the ability to print the money. That means that we will follow China that they will be the most influential nation.”

Kanye West performing at South by Southwest on March 22, 2009 in Austin, Texas. Photo Credit: 3CENT, CC BY 2.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Ye then referenced Disney, “Right now, America is the most influential nation, but you have companies like Comcast that run everything and they use the Jews, they use celebrities, they use Disney, Hulu, they use magazines, they use all of that to control or to control a lot of the messaging. To push us, to excite us, to get us just talking back and forth.

“Meanwhile, all of our industries have been completely shattered and the places where we used to have steel factories throughout middle America have now gone away and we have opioid crises instead. So, we’re going to start right there,” he stated.

Mickey Mouse via Disney Meetings and Events, YouTube

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Disney has admitted that their goal is to instruct young children on sexual orientation and gender identity during a public fight with the state of Florida back in February.

The Parental Rights in Education bill, which is now a state law, declared, “Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards.”

The Walt Disney Company under the leadership of then CEO Bob Chapek first indicated they would not be getting involved in the moral fight masquerading as a political one against the bill claiming they would work around the bill through their content programming.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 23: (L-R) Natalie Portman and Bob Chapek, Chief Executive Officer of Disney attend the Thor: Love and Thunder World Premiere at the El Capitan Theatre in [Hollywood], California on June 23, 2022. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Disney)

Chapek made this clear in an email to Disney employees writing, “Because this struggle is much bigger than any one bill in any one state, I believe the best way for our company to bring about lasting change is through the inspiring content we produce, the welcoming culture we create, and the diverse community organizations we support.”

Chapek added, “There’s a reason content is at the top of this list. For nearly a century, our company’s stories have opened minds, inspired dreams, shown the world both as it is and how we wish it could be, and now more than ever before, represent the incredible diversity of our society.”

“We are telling important stories, raising voices, and I believe, changing hearts and minds,” he stated.


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However, Chapek would quickly backtrack from keeping the company out of the moral fight and declare the company fully supported teaching sexual orientation and gender identity to children in public schools in kindergarten through grade 3.

He wrote in another email, “It is clear that this is not just an issue about a bill in Florida, but instead yet another challenge to basic human rights. You needed me to be a stronger ally in the fight for equal rights and I let you down. I am sorry.”

Bob Chapek at The Walt Disney Company’s Investor Day 2020

Chapek would go on to announce they were pausing political donations to those in favor of the bill and would be increasing their monetary support to organizations in favor of grooming small children.

“Starting immediately, we are increasing our support for advocacy groups to combat similar legislation in other states,” he declared. “We are hard at work creating a new framework for our political giving that will ensure our advocacy better reflects our values. And today, we are pausing all political donations in the state of Florida pending this review.”

Bob Chapek, Alan Horn, Director/Screenwriter Chloé Zhao and Alan Bergman pose at the Premiere of Marvel Studios’ Eternals in Hollywood, CA on Monday, October 18, 2021
(Photo: Alex J. Berliner/ABImages)

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Chapek’s email weren’t just emails as numerous Disney employees confirmed they were trying to groom small children through Disney’s programming.

Executive producer for Disney Television and Animation Latoya Ravenau revealed she was pushing a not-at-all-secret gay agenda, “In my little pocket of Proud Family Disney TVA, the showrunners were super welcoming . Meredith Roberts and our leadership over there has been so welcoming to my not-at-all-secret gay agenda.”

She added, “Maybe it was that way in the past, but I guess something must have happened in the last, they are turning it around, they’re going hard, and then like all that momentum that I felt, that sense of ‘I don’t have to be afraid to have these two characters kiss in the background.’ I was just, wherever I could, just basically adding queerness. If you see anything queer in the show — no one would stop me, and no one was trying to stop me.”

Vivian Ware, the Diversity & Inclusion Manager at Walt Disney Parks & Resorts revealed the company was systematically removing gendered greetings.

She stated, “Last summer we removed all of the gendered greetings in relationship to our live spiels.”

She explained, “So we no longer say, ‘Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls.’ We provided training for all of our cast members in relationship to that. So now they know it’s, ‘Hello, everyone’ or ‘Hello, friends.’”

First Hug | Walt Disney World Resort, Disney Parks YouTube

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Ware continued saying, “We’re in the process of changing over those recorded messages, and so many of you are probably familiar when we brought the fireworks back to the Magic Kingdom, we no longer say, ‘Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls,’ We say, ‘Dreamers of all ages.’”

“So I love the fact that it’s opened up the creativity, the opportunity for our cast members to look at that. We have our cast members working with merchandise, working with food and beverage, working with all of our guest-facing areas, where perhaps we want to create that magical moment with our cast members, with our guests,” she said.

Ware then added, “And we don’t want to just assume because someone might be, in our interpretation, may be presenting as female, that they may not want to be called ‘princess.’ So, let’s think differently about how do we really engage with our guests in a meaningful and inclusive way that makes it magical and memorable for everyone.”

Not only is Disney making these claims in internal communications, but they are doing it through press statements to promote their projects as well.

While promoting the upcoming Zombies 3 film Senior Vice President of Casting for Disney Branded Television Judy Taylor told Deadline, “Our Zombies franchise has created a remarkable connection with kids everywhere, thanks in large part to the characters’ optimistic and relatable attributes that help them build identity, overcome obstacles and foster an inclusive community.”

“The story in this installment further develops those same themes with the introduction of new outsiders played by a talented and diverse group of actors,” she added.

The latest installment of film series includes what Disney refers to as a non-binary alien played by actor Terry Hu, who also claims to be non-binary despite that being a physical impossibility.

Milo Manheim as Zed and Meg Donnelly as Addison in Zombies

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Returning CEO Bob Iger also promised the company would maintain a focus on grooming small children in a recent town hall with Disney employees. 

He stated, “This company has been telling stories for a hundred years, and those stories have had a meaningful, positive impact on the world. And one of the reasons that they’ve had a meaningful, positive impact is one of our core values is inclusion, acceptance, and tolerance. And we can’t lose that. We just can’t lose that.”

He would later add, “We’re certainly not going to lessen our core values in order to make everyone happy all the time.”

Iger previously expressed his opposition to the Florida Parental Rights in Education bill. He also claimed the bill would “put vulnerable, young LGBTQ people in jeopardy.”

Robert Iger Twitter

He explained his tweet to CNN saying, “A lot of these issues are not necessarily political. It’s about right and wrong. So, I happen to feel and I tweeted an opinion about the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill in Florida. To me, it wasn’t about politics. It is about what is right and what is wrong, and that just seemed wrong. It seemed potentially harmful to kids.”

He added, “When you’re dealing with right and wrong or when you’re dealing with something that does have profound impact on your business, I just think you have to do what is right and not worry about the potential backlash to it.”

Just to be clear grooming small children and pushing sexual orientation and gender identity education on kids in kindergarten through third grade is wrong.

Not only is that wrong, but actively opposing laws trying to ban it and promising to work around those laws is even worse.

Mickey Mouse via Disney Parks YouTube

What do you make of Ye’s recent remarks about The Walt Disney Company and their targeting of children?

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