Kanye West Tweeted That He’s 53 Million In Debt
Kanye West’s frantic and furious missives from yesterday and last night surely tore the Twitter bird a new asshole. Halfway through another one of his epic digital hissies, you could almost hear that beautiful social media symbol coo “FUCK THIS MESS” and wing off to the nearest barroom or marijuana dispensary.
West took on Media Takeout for not liking his *cringe* Rwandan refugee camp-inspired fashion show/listening party. He sucked Rihanna’s ego hard. He praised former mother-in-law Caitlyn Jenner while posting a pic of him looking incredibly uncomfortable next to her. He Tweeted about what an interstellar genius he is. He Tweeted about what an interstellar genius he is some more. His best boyfriend Ricardo Tisci got some love for the Valentine’s Day bouquet he sent Yeezus. He proclaimed that he’s 53 million in debt. He complimented his dealer on how good the coke was that he was doing to fuel this particular Twitter marathon. I made that last one up. Nevertheless, a lot went down.
Amidst all this, his new record The Life of Pablo went up on Tidal for free. Listen for the Taylor Swift sexual availability boast, stay for the brittle egomania.
Follow the jump for the full rundown but have a stiff drink on hand. It’s a lot of feelings.
The most startling revelation was Yeezus claiming that he’s 50 million in “personal debt.” To who? For what? Buttplugs and jellyfingers can’t cost that much! He probably owes this to Satan-in-a-creme-cowlneck Kris Jenner for letting him be Kim’s ass bumper and spandex encaser.
Here he is perturbed over Media Takeout for not recognizing his Dorothy Zbornak, Captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise-inspired fashion show as the “paradigm shift” it was!
He liked Rihanna in this god-forsaken coat. A LOT.
In defense of his demeanor in this snap, he’s probably scared of the moths that did that to her dress.
I have no idea if Kanye uses drugs or not but things looked Tron to him last night.
And I’m off to put my fist in the air and make my own rules. First up? A boat show-inspired by the Superdome during Hurricane Katrina!