Kanye West’s Twitter Rant Makes Only One Point — ‘I Am An A**hole’

Kanye West is at it again. He just can’t stop talking about himself, and Twitter’s 140-character limitation certainly doesn’t mean anything to him. He has posted a 39 tweets-long rant about pretty much everything in the world and, well, nothing at all.

Kanye started with a reference to his recent album, The Life of Pablo.

“Pablo in blood,” says Kanye’s first tweet.

But he immediately follows that tweet with another one, making sure his followers don’t start missing him.

“Every red print is our blood our debt our shame our struggle our pain our heart ache,” he wrote.

While people are still digesting it, he gives a breather by repeating his first tweet, “Pablo in blood.” And then it’s as if he swore he wouldn’t stop until he’d made his point, which in essence was nothing!

“They called me crazy and pointed fingers,” he wrote. “But there is no other brand that could sell 1 million dollars of clothing in 2 days from 1 location!!!”

He surely wants to tell the world he’s the most valued brand in the world. That’s the quintessential Kanye, who is unaware of the word “humility.”

After sharing the financial statement of his business, he goes on to other supposedly important things.

“This is the people the culture the dreams the future… I promise I will never let the people down. I want a better life for all!!! Pablo Pablo Pablo Pablo!”

He then goes on to confess to all his fans that he is not as arrogant as people make him out to be. He does, surprisingly, use the word “humble” here.

“I stand with the utmost humility. We are so blessed!!! All praises and blessings to the families of people who never gave up on dreams.”

Even before we know it, he hops on to a completely different idea, writing, “Let’s fight for our future. We can change everything.”

Kanye is aware of his responsibilities as a citizen of the Earth, that’s why he goes on to talk about probably the most important issue of the times: climate change.

“In Roman times the artist would contemplate proportions and colors. Now there is only one important color… Green.”

And then Kanye gives everyone the confidence that the world can change, saying, “We will change that. We will rise. We will have a voice.”

It doesn’t end there, of course. He talks about a few vacuous things and that mean nothing until he says, “I used an exclamation just to be an a**hole and also to make a point! LOL.”

In between, he lets his fans know that he loves them and also says that he dislikes exclamation (but goes on to use it anyway). Kanye even added that he dislikes the word “hate” and suit jackets.

And then Kanye goes on to show his ever-so-humble side that he’d been hiding from the world. He thanks the social media and the paparazzi.

“thank God for paps thank God for social media.”

Well, it’s clear Kanye West and the Kardashian clan would not be as famous as they are today if it wasn’t for the social media. The thanks was long due. It was just recently that Justin Bieber had invoked Kanye West in his recent tour, saying that he would not make a 30-minute speech like Kanye.

The pop star even joked about Kanye West, saying, “I’m not gonna give like a 30-minute speech. I’m not Kanye West. I love Kanye. I only got a little bit to give though,” the Inquisitr reported.

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