We in all probability do not want to inform that Kanye West has had fairly a 12 months.
And to be clear, we do not imply that in a great way. At all.
Whether he was describing slavery as a selection or fantasizing about enjoying catch with Donald Trump, Yeezy discovered new and attention-grabbing methods to baffle and infuriate the plenty in 2018.
West swore off politics again in October, however that does not imply he is finished being bonkers on social media.
No, these previous few weeks, Kanye has been devoting his consideration to a weird feud with Drake.
Although we’re unsure if “feud” is the fitting phrase, because it appears to be a reasonably one-sided fixation on Kanye’s half.
Anyway, it is at all times a harmful recreation guessing what is going on on in Kanye’s head, however so far as we are able to inform, the rapper’s remaining (?) tirade of 2018 is a results of his ongoing anger towards Drizzy.
It all began with this all-time bonkers tweet.
Either that is a reference to the rumors that Drake had intercourse with Kim Kardashian, or Kanye actually would not perceive his spouse’s profession, and that remark is directed in any respect of Twitter.
Either means, with that, he was off.
Kanye’s tweets ranged from the vaguely threatening (“See when you care about your family you don’t let no man push you to do nothing that could risk your freedom”) to the amusingly asinine (“Tweeting is legal and also therapeutic”).
As far as we are able to inform, dude stays deeply pissed at Drake, however there was additionally a wholesome dose of his ordinary pseudo-spiritual mumbo-jumbo in there as nicely.
What does all of it imply?
Well, we doubt even Kanye himself may inform you.
Whatever the case, it is a reminder that you could safely anticipate much more madness from hip-hop’s most unstable artist in 2019.
As a send-off for his most memorable 12 months but, Kanye concluded at the moment’s rant with this nugget of knowledge:
“If I got any cooler I would freeze to death.”
Carry that power into the brand new 12 months, people.