Kanye Keeps The Surprises Coming, Tweets Hilarious One Liners
[lastfm]Kanye West[/lastfm]‘s newfound positivity is virally rubbing off on the web like a full-on double rainbow sighting, making everyone ecstatic to hear what the rapper will say, or Tweet, next.
With his new album due out in the fall, Kanye is dead set on winning back fans’ love and is sharing his new half-full outlook through surprise media visits and incredibly entertaining one liners on his Twitter take over. Check out his latest visit to Rolling Stone shining some inspirational insight on his new album.
He’s successfully taken over the Facebook headquarters, managed to entrance over 385,000 followers with his random 140 character thoughts, now [lastfm]Kanye West[/lastfm] has taken over music giant Rolling Stone with his contagious exuberance for his new material.
West controlled the floor for a nearly two-hour visit to Rolling Stone answering questions from everything about his diet to the weirdest purchase he’s ever made — an antique fish tank, in case you’re wondering — shared new snippets of his album and spontaneously rapped on the board room table.
West showed his “extreme excitement” for his new album by exclaiming that his “greatest art comes from excitement and joy” rather than a dark place, noting he’s made mistakes in the past. His new perspective on life can be seen through his satiric Tweets, making fun of the fans’ perception of his narcissistic demeanor by jokingly embracing the attitude of a wealthy egomaniac.
Just an example of the hilarity you can find on Kanye’s Twitter feed, “I specifically ordered persian rugs with cherub imagery!!! What do I have to do to get a simple persian rug with cherub imagery uuuuugh.” Yeah, we’re pretty sure he’s in on the joke…
Enjoy some more classic 140 character one liners from the mind of Kanye West. Just note how close the Tweets are to each other, it makes me wonder if all he’s doing all day is sitting at his computer typing out whatever pops in his brain. If that is the case, please keep them coming because we’re all eating it up.