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Kanye West Has Another Twitter Rant, Kim Kardashian Responds

Written by: Briana Wright @misswrighttv

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Kanye West has been trending ever since he announced that he was running for president and even more so, after his first presidential rally last weekend in South Carolina. Between the comments he made at the rally and his recent twitter escapades, many are beginning to question his current mental state.


His first twitter rant took place late Monday night, when he posted a series of sporadic tweets that many were struggling to understand. For example, he tweeted:


"Kim was trying to fly to Wyoming with a doctor to lock me up like on the movie Get Out because I cried about saving my daughters life yesterday".


He also mentions how the movie, "Get Out" is about him, he refers to his wife doing PlayBoy, and he dropped screenshots which appear to be Kris Jenner avoiding him. The rant concluded with the promotion of his new album DONDA, which was one of the only tweets that wasn't deleted following the rant.

The disturbing tweets began again early this morning and they were a lot more controversial. The Chicago rapper refers to Kris Jenner as "Kris Jong-Un," he says he's been trying to get a divorce since Kim met with Meek Mill about "prison reform," and he refers to the actions of his wife and mother-in-law as acts of "white supremacy."

Via @theshaderoom


Again, most of the tweets were deleted shortly after but this time his wife responded on her IG story. In a series of three posts, Kim explained how Kanye suffers from bi-polar disorder and the effect that it has on her and their family.


She mentions that despite his celebrity status, people shouldn't be as judgmental. "Those who know Kanye know his heart and understand his words some times do not align with his intentions," said Kim. She went on to ask for the public to be considerate of his mental state as they work through this.


Sending prayers to Kanye West and the West family.



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