Kanye West turns to his Twitter followers for help yet again but this time it is in regards to his $53 million debt. How is this possible you ask, we would like to know the same thing? How could an extremely successful artist who just had an outstanding fashion show and release of an album exclusively on Tidal be in such a large amount of debt? On February 13th before his Saturday Night Live performance West tweeted, “I write this to you my brothers while still 53 million dollars in personal debt… Please pray we overcome… This is my true heart…” Many of course did not believe this because he is known for his twitter jokes.
Kanye West returned to Twitter suggesting that founder and CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg should invest $1 billion in his ideas because “he is the greatest living artist and the greatest artist of all time.” Now this is when the world began to believe that West might actually be in $53 million debt since he begged his Twitter followers to join in to getting Mark Zuckerberg’s attention. As of right now, Mark Zuckerberg has yet to comment but that doesn’t stop Kanye’s loyal supporters from trying to get him to invest. Kanye West continues to tweet about his accomplishments and chastises rich people for typical philanthropic work instead of helping others who need it. It seems like West will continue to be the subject of Twitter for a while. We will keep you updated on all things Kanye here at HypeFresh Magazine.