The new album of Kanye West is here and fans and the press is praising it. Apparently that was too much applause. In his Tweets on Sunday he calls himself the Disney of this generation.
It is not enough for Kanye West to just launch a new album. He took things over the top on Sunday with a slew of Tweets that put into context paint a weird picture.
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Given Kanye West's popularity you would think he is sitting on a huge pile of cash. On Saturday ahead of his performance on SNL he Tweeted that he is in $53 million personal debt. How is that even possible? As a business person you own companies that may be in debt or go bankrupt. Why would Kanye have personal debt in that magnitude? Who does he owe that money to?
On Sunday Kanye West tweeted: "Mark Zuckerberg invest 1 billion dollars into Kanye West ideas, after realizing he is the greatest living artist and greatest artist of all time."
In parallel Kanye West pulled a fast one on his fans buy pulling down the download option for TLOP and asking them to subscribe to Tidal to listen to his new album. The Life of Pablo will stay exclusive on Tidal for another week. This may drive the Tidal app to the #1 spot in the iTunes app store.
Then he got back to Mark Zuckerberg. He followed up with a Tweet saying: "Mark Zuckerberg I know it’s your bday but can you please call me by 2mrw…" Not sure what Kanye West was up to Sunday, but Mark Zuckerberg's birthday is not on Feb. 14, it is on May 14.
He did not let go of Zuckerberg and hit a high note with calling himself the Disney of this generation. He then expanded his plea for help to all of Silicon Valley including Google. His last tweet for the weekend:
...on another note, can brah be the girl verson of bruh???— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 15, 2016
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Not sure what to make of this one...