A Japanese fabric company is pursuing legal action against Kanye West for allegedly dodging due payment on orders worth over $600,000.
If you’ve been keeping up with the Kardashians, you may have seen Kim Kardashian West’s recent Instagram photo snapped at a Manga store in Tokyo.
Curious netizens did their research, pinpointing her location to be Animate’s Shinjuku branch, but the manga she’s looking at is still up for debate.
Did you know that there is a very special picture hidden on the internet showing a very young Kanye West eating Chinese food in China? Yep… surprising, right?
Kanye West has been on blast in the media spotlight recently so it is unsurprising that a picture post of West snoozing ended up making the rounds on photoshop.
His wife, Kim Kardashian-West, was the culprit of the snapshot that showed West snoozing after a long day of baby shopping with John Legend, Chrissy Teigen. While watching their daughter, North, get some shut eye, West decided to take a little nap of his own. The picture was shared to Kim’s 61 million followers on Monday.
Any teenager would be envious upon glancing at the Instagram account of Dara Phung, who hangs out with A-list celebrities including Taylor Swift, Kylie Jenner and Gigi Hadid.
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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has finally given the closest thing to a response to Kanye West’s Twitter rant that begged Silicon Valley billionaires for money to fund his ideas and possibly get himself out of his reported $53 million debt.
Zuckerberg simply “liked” a status from software engineer and former Facebook employee Steve Grimm, possibly confirming that he is also just as confused over West’s Twitter rant as we are (which is still going on, by the way):
Oh Yeezy. While the man is famous for relentlessly typing in all caps, questionable self-perception, and seamlessly jumping between industries, he’s somehow also managed to dig himself into a massive financial hole. Kanye is claiming, on social media no less, that he’s in serious debt. That’s debt to the tune of $53 million. He pronounced this on twitter in the most upstanding of ways: by tweeting at Mark Zuckerberg and asking him for help.
On Sunday, Kanye blatantly tweeted “Mark Zuckerberg invest 1 billion dollars into Kanye West ideas.” Pretty straightforward offer. He followed it up with “after realizing he is the greatest living artist and greatest artist of all time.” Really, who could turn that down? When the greatest living artist tweets that they’re in trouble, we should all bow down and throw some Benjamins, right? Wrong.
Kanye West went on a Twitter tirade over the weekend proclaiming he was $53 million in debt and was asking billionaires like Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page for help. Now you can personally help the man by donating to his GoFundMe, which was set up by a man named Jeremy Piatt a graphics designer in Minneapolis, MN.
The campaign page reads:
Kanye West lit up Twitter yesterday with a flurry of tweets that revealed a $53 million personal debt before begging billionaires Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page for money to fund “Kanye West ideas.”
Right before his appearance on “Saturday Night Live,” where he performed two songs from his newly released album, “The Life of Pablo,” West went on a cryptic Twitter rant/meltdown.
The rules for being a model at Kanye West’s fashion show event in Madison Square Garden appear to be stricter than the ones for the White House.
A picture of a reported list of rules for models was taken on Snapchat and downloaded by users. The “performance rules” include over 20 guidelines to be a successful model at West’s fashion show.
What happens when a female rapper pleads with Kanye West to sign her to his rap label?
In a short video that popped up recently on Instagram, an aspiring female rapper is seen begging Kanye, “Sign me, man. Take my CD, man, sign me, man.” As the video pans to Kanye, he says, “I can’t promise I can sign you … ,” as Kanye looks around presumably for an escape route. The aspiring rapper then starts to rap for Kanye before the video ends.
A sneaker collector is looking for a working kidney in exchange for a pair of Adidas x Kanye West .
Matt Neal, a 26-year-old who lives in Michigan, has two failing kidneys and has been on dialysis for two years. He posted the above photo on Facebook with the caption: