While all of America was glued to their TV screens for the Grammys, Kanye West had his twitter fingers armed and ready for another tweet-off with himself.
Kanye be like, “Can I out do my last rant with a rantier, rant?” YES I CAN.
This time, Yeezus had more to say about his contributions to art, culture, and fashion:
He’s apparently still out here looking for investors (where’s your wife, Ye?)…
He continues to educate us on what an artist is..which is…him:
and continues to tell us poor people he’s broke….
Then he thanks the Addidas gods for making him fashion famous:
This whole “woe is me I’m so creative and I have nobody to help me” thing is getting really, really old Kanye.
We are starting to wonder if something deeper is rumbling beneath the surface of money, fame, and clothes.
Kirk Franklin is the latest to come forward about the state of the rapper’s soul. He took to IG to defend his “brother” against religious bashers:
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Kanye is not me. I am not him. He is my brother I am proud to do life with. No sprints, but Marathons; like most of us are on. Before one song was released, I was crucified because my brother asked me to take a picture. Again "no Kanye, you're not good enough"? No. That is a dangerous message I believe we send to the world when our posture is they have to meet certain requirements before they are worthy to kiss the ring. It says people are not redeemable, forgivable or candidates for grace. That my friend is religious. I will not turn my back on my brother. I will love him, prayerfully grow with him. However long he'll have me, and however long the race takes. To a lot of my Christian family, I'm sorry he's not good enough, Christian enough, or running at your pace…and as I read some of your comments, neither am I. That won't stop me from running. Pray we win.
The rapper also released this video game project he had been working on about his mother’s ascendence into heaven. Yea…you read that right:
Withy Kanye’s long time writing partner Rhyme Fest agreeing the man needs mental and spiritual help, the only conclusion we can draw from this mess is: #PrayForKanye
While We Were Watching The Grammys, Kanye West Was Having A Twitter Meltdown was originally published on hellobeautiful.com