And now, he's apparently trying to build low-income housing based on architecture from Star Wars.
West managed to go from millions of dollars in debt to "centimillionaire status" in a few years partly because he has 100 percent ownership of Yeezy, Forbes reported. Instead he is working on some fantastic charitable work with a splash of STAR WARS.
During rapper and singer Kanye West's Forbes cover story, he takes writer Zack O'Malley Greenburg on a tour of "oblong and dozens of feet tall" prototypes. The answer is in Star Wars particularly Luke Skywalker's childhood home. Recounting a midnight Lamborghini ride with the star into a private plot, the editor writes, "I follow him up a dirt path deeper into the woods for several minutes until he stops at a clearing and looks up, wordless. He tells me they could be used as living spaces for the homeless, perhaps sunk into the ground with light filtering in through the top".
"The reality star shared the cover along with a proud caption, ".I watch everyday how hard he works and how much of his heart and soul he puts into his business, every idea and product that he creates.
Kanye West is a fairly well-known personality, not only because he lives with a billionaire. While the Yeezy brand is comprised of both apparel and footwear, the Yeezy sneaker line is what's bringing in the bulk of the revenue. In an interview with Forbes, West revealed that he has been working on building houses like that as a part of his charity initiative to help homeless people in the U.S. We can't wait to see how his housing project turns out.