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Innocent Tweet From Wiz Khalifa Sends Kanye West Into Epic Twitter Meltdown

Kim Kardashian and Kanye WestHate him or love him, rapper Kanye West is an interesting firebrand that says whatever comes to mind. With an album on the way, West has been back in headlines. His most recent two tracks has gone viral and began to set a great precedent for the album.

Today, rapper Wiz Khalifa announced that he also has an album on the way called Khalifa Kush, which everyone but Kanye knows is the nickname for a strain of weed. Khalifa tweets:

In an attempt to “protect his wife’s honor,” Kanye believes the tweet above was aimed at Kim Kardashian so he does the sane thing and goes on an ill-advised, long-winded Twitter rant. According to Mashable, the rant came in response to a tweet from the “See You Again” rapper last night that accused Kanye of ripping off Max B with the name switch.

Like, oh that’s Ye and I can put his wife’s initials on my twitter @Wizkhalifa
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) January 27, 2016

“Bro first of all you stole your whole shit from Cudi”

“Second, your first single was corny as fuck and most there after”

“4th you let a stripper trap you”

“13th You own waves???? I own your child!!!!”

Within the hour Kanye deletes all of the Tweets but by this time his tweets have spread across Twitter like wildfire. The media has caught on and it wasn’t pretty. Khalifa tries to stop the nonsense and explain what “KK” stood for. However, the damage was done at this point. Kanye pretty much makes a jackass out of himself and shows his ignorance on the matter.

Then media personality Amber Rose, who happens to be both rapper’s ex, jumps in to reveal some of Kanye’s sexual fetishes. In her defense, Kanye brought her up first and tried to defame her.

Bringing people’s children into useless Twitter beef is just a new low for Kanye but to be revealed as a person who does not think before he tweets is another.

Within hours Kanye managed to kill all of the good press and publicity his new album Swish/Waves was getting.

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