Kanye West apologises for 'harassing' Kim Kardashian, writing in all capital letters: 'People feel like I'm screaming at them'

Kanye West has issued an apology for writing Instagram posts in all capital letters, admitting sharing screenshots of his private messages with Kim Kardashian "came off as harassment". 

The rapper deleted a plethora of erratic and disturbing social media posts in which he oscillated between making wild accusations against his estranged wife, trying to win her back and targeting her new boyfriend Pete Davidson - who he had taken to calling 'Skete'. 

"I've learned that using all caps makes people feel like I'm screaming at them," West captioned an image of him standing alone on a stage. 

"I'm working on my communication. I can benefit from a team of creative professionals, organisers, mobilizers and community leaders. 

"Thank everybody for supporting me. I know sharing screenshots was jarring and came off as harassing Kim. I take accountability." 

West insisted he was "still learning in real time" and "didn't have all the answers". 

"To be a good leader is to be a good listener," he concluded. 

The 'Heartless' hitmaker has come under fire for his relentless online tirades against Kardashian. Online commentators have pointed out that even his attempts at romance - like delivering a truckload of roses to her house on Valentine's Day - were in fact emotionally abusive and controlling, given Kardashian's filing for divorce and obvious interest in moving on from the relationship. 

In screenshots of what appeared to be a private text conversation between West and Kardashian, the reality television star told her ex he was "creating a dangerous and scary environment" and warned: "Someone will hurt Pete and it will be all your fault." 

West shared the messages alongside a still from the film Baby Boy where Ving Rhames grips Tyrese Gibson in a headlock, saying: "Upon my wife's request please nobody do anything physical to Skete, I'm going to handle the situation myself." 

In previous posts, West vowed that Saturday Night Live star Davidson would "never meet his children" calling him a "dickhead" and urging his fans to "scream at the loser at the top of your lungs and say Kimye forever" if they saw him in real life. 

Having accused Kardashian of "gaslighting" him, "kidnapping" their daughter and even declaring "Kim accused me of putting a hit out on her", West went on to change gears - professing his love for his soon-to-be-ex-wife and insisting he had faith that God would "bring his family back together".  

West briefly appeared to be moving on following his split from Kardashian when he got together with Uncut Gems star Julia Fox, who frequently shared details of their romance to the press. The pair have now called it quits after less than two months of dating, with Fox now telling fans she "wasn't in love" with the hip-hop star.