Posted by , Feb 14, 2016 at 07:48pm
Did "The Life of Pablo" inspire Mark Zuckerberg to donate a huge sum of money toward Kanye's future "ideas"?

Last night, before taking the stage on Saturday Night Live, Kanye went on a Twitter rant during which he compared himself to Paul the Apostle and warned the world that "the journey" would begin in a few hours. That it did, as in the wee hours of the AM, the Internet was broken by Kanye's new album, The Life of Pablo. Also somewhere in the aforementioned rant, Kanye seemed to reveal that he had incurred a massive amount of personal debt -- to the tune of $53 million. 

Well, perhaps one of the world's richest individuals has come to bail him out. Earlier today, Kanye tweeted -- as if he were reading out a headline: "Mark Zuckerberg invest 1 billion dollars into Kanye West ideas." His next tweet is a continuation of the first: "...after realizing he is the greatest living artist and greatest artist of all time." 

Hmm, so there's no confirmation from the Facebook boss regarding the massive donation, though Kanye and Zuck could certainly concoct some world-altering ideas with a billion dollars.  

Did Mark Zuckerberg Give Kanye West $1 Billion?

Did "The Life of Pablo" inspire Mark Zuckerberg to donate a huge sum of money toward Kanye's future "ideas"?


Last night, before taking the stage on Saturday Night Live, Kanye went on a Twitter rant during which he compared himself to Paul the Apostle and warned the world that "the journey" would begin in a few hours. That it did, as in the wee hours of the AM, the Internet was broken by Kanye's new album, The Life of Pablo. Also somewhere in the aforementioned rant, Kanye seemed to reveal that he had incurred a massive amount of personal debt -- to the tune of $53 million. 

Well, perhaps one of the world's richest individuals has come to bail him out. Earlier today, Kanye tweeted -- as if he were reading out a headline: "Mark Zuckerberg invest 1 billion dollars into Kanye West ideas." His next tweet is a continuation of the first: "...after realizing he is the greatest living artist and greatest artist of all time." 

Hmm, so there's no confirmation from the Facebook boss regarding the massive donation, though Kanye and Zuck could certainly concoct some world-altering ideas with a billion dollars.  

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