It feels like only a matter of time before Kanye West has a very public meltdown.
Kanye West returned to his favorite social media platform, Twitter, to explain why he has asked Mark Zuckerberg for money and to clarify his “$53 million dollars in personal debt” statement. He began by providing an observation about the behavior of the excessively wealthy.
Kanye, if you really cared about the well-being of humanity, you wouldn’t make your fans subscribe to Tidal to listen to The Life Of Pablo.
He continued in his Twitter monologue, stating that he is “personally rich,” but requires more money to “bring more beautiful ideas to the world.” You can view the tweets below.
Kanye, very few artists achieve the level of stardom you have. Let’s not get ridiculous now. If you’re personally rich, fund your wonderful ideas and dreams yourself.
Regardless of all the pleading he did earlier this week, Mark Zuckerberg did not respond nor give West money. Instead, other filthy rich people stepped in to fund Kanye West’s “art.”
Kanye, if you have no intention to release an album of just “Monster” over and over again, then I don’t care about your artistic endeavors. Go start a GoFundMe like the rest of the struggling artists out there.