Let’s go back to the beginning, shall we?
- Kanye West Is Making A Video Game About His Late Mother
- Kanye Claims Taylor Knew About *That* Controversial New Lyric
- Kanye Tweets 'Bill Cosby Innocent', The Internet Has Enough
It all started in the early hours of Sunday morning, when Kanye publicly revealed that he was in millions of dollars of debt, later calling on Mark Zuckerberg to “invest one billion dollars” in his ideas.
From there, things took a typically unpredictable turn, where he criticised the Grammys for failing to nominate him for his albums ‘Watch The Throne’ and ‘My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy’, before - once more for luck! - calling on Mark to help him out financially yet again.
Kanye’s comments about it being Mark Zuckerberg’s “bday” are particularly noteworthy, as the social media giant’s “bday” is actually in the middle of May.
He didn’t stop there, though, pleading with his followers to do all they could to get Mark to help, before comparing himself to the visionary, Walt Disney.
Kanye then truly managed to out-Kanye himself, by wrapping things up with one of the most important questions of all:
Fans of the rapper and self-professed “greatest rock star in the world” are currently awaiting the release of his forthcoming album
’Waves’ ’Swish’ ’So Help Me God’ ‘The Life Of Pablo’, which is still undergoing changes, despite being available to stream on Tidal.
He unveiled the album for the first time last week at his ‘Yeezy Season 3’ fashion show, raising eyebrows with various song lyrics, which referenced having sex with Taylor Swift, his wife’s infamous sex tape, Rob Kardashian’s relationship with Blac Chyna and - of course - Kanye’s love of Kanye.