Things have been going kind of bonkers on Kanye's Twitter.
First, he engaged in a highly publicized fight with Whiz Khalifa that culminated in Amber Rose tweeting intimate details about her sex life with Kanye. If you've forgotten, such rant also included absurdly awful claims saying Kanye essentially owned Whiz Khalifa's son.
Last week, February 9th, he jumped into the Bill Cosby situation saying, in all-caps, "BILL COSBY INNOCENT!!!!!!!"
Then, last night, he was at it again, tweeting at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, asking him to invest "1 billion dollars into Kanye West ideas."
Why does Kanye, now an international hip-hop star, need the help of Zuckerberg? What the hell is going on with Kanye? Has he officially lost his mind?
Well, Kanye told us himself, right on his very public Twitter.
On Friday, February 12th, Kanye tweeted, "I write this to you my brothers while still 53 million dollars in personal debt... Please pray we overcome... This is my true heart..."
We guess Kanye didn't lie in "All Falls Down," when he said, "I got a problem with spending before I get it. We all self-conscious I'm just the first to admit it."
"All Falls Down" came out in 2004 and now, 12 years later, apparently Kanye still has a problem with spending before he gets it.
Kanye's pleas to his audience, and Zuckerberg, didn't end there. He even took up soliciting Tidal subscriptions.
Kanye reasoned with Zuckerberg, following his "invest in me," tweet with the declaration, "After realizing he is the greatest living artist and greatest artist of all time."
Saturday, Kanye celebrated the release of his new album, The Life of Pablo (formerly known as SWISH), which is available exclusively on Tidal. Kanye tweeted that it'd be more widely available next week.
Mark Zuckerberg has not commented on Kanye's investment suggestion.
Kanye speculated that Zuckerberg's radio silence was the result of it being Zuckerberg's birthday yesterday, but Zuckerberg's birthday is May 14th. So maybe there's a different reason Zuckerberg hasn't yet handed off $1 billion to Kanye.
Still, Kanye thought it appropriate to ask the world to please "tweet, FaceTime, Facebook, instagram, whatever you gotta do to get Mark to support me..."
He then wrote, "Mark, I am publicly asking you for help... one of the coolest things you could ever do is to help me in my time of need."
Kanye's public declaration about his debt is mostly just confusing, seeing as Kanye and Kim ranked number five on Forbes' 2013 list of Highest-Earning Celebrity Couples.
How'd Kanye's Twitter rant end? Well, speculating about semantics, of course.
Kanye, you should chill out with the Twitter rants. They're not making you look good. We're pretty sure you have an agent who could access Zuckerberg's agent if you really wanted to talk this out with him.
As for whoever should be keeping an eye on Kanye's phone, do better.
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