Kanye West Talked To A Tree On A Spiritual Journey To South Florida

December 13, 2018 / Posted by:

Kanye West’s really inspired by nature these days. Specifically trees and plants (though much like an adorable kitten, a fluttering butterfly will also catch his attention). Only problem is, if you’ve ever walked deep into a forest, jungle, or glen, you know that the cell reception can be a bit spotty. Add in the fact that dirt, and sometimes even mud, is known to collect in those areas, it’s a dicey proposition. For those reasons, Kanye prefers a more curated outdoor experience. And for curated plant encounters, Kanye recommends Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in South Florida.  If you want to talk to trees, it’s the only place to be.

Here’s Kanye announcing his recommendation, or perhaps, simply making a declarative statement based on his own personal experience. As with all forms of art, it’s up to the viewer to interpret.

And visit Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden he did! He traversed rugged footpaths and beheld mother nature in all her bounty!

When you’re an artist like Kanye, heading into nature to talk to trees is not unusual. It’s a sacred tradition for the spiritually minded dating back centuries. However, Kanye being Kanye, communing with silent redwoods that kiss the heavens, or conversing with the ancient spirits of an oak, simply will not do. Not for the Carlos Castaneda of Calabasas.

I’ve heard of tree huggers before, but a tree that strokes your ego? Well that’s a new one on me!

“Oh look, a butterfly!

At the end of his magical mystery tour, Kanye had an epiphany.

I wonder if this means we can expect Kanye to give up music and live out the rest of his days planting trees, getting heavy into transcendentalism, and curating his own Walden West, all the while trying to figure out why God chose that one tree to talk to him, and none of the others. Unless he sees another butterfly, then it’s anybody’s guess what he’ll do next.

Pic: Wenn.com

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