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If This Is Another Kanye Meltdown, It's a Lot Less Fun Than the Last One

By Vivian Kane | Celebrity | February 9, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Celebrity | February 9, 2016 |

Every day is a fun mystery box surprise party of insanity and punctuation riddles on Kanye West’s Twitter page. We’re barely a week out of his last big meltdown, during which we found out about Kanye’s backdoor sexual proclivities and the fact that he owns Wiz Khalifa’s babies. And while I wouldn’t call today’s flurry of nonsense a meltdown yet, it certainly does have the potential to tip in that direction.

Because there was a lot of weird stuff coming out of Kanye’s Twitter hole today, but most of it wasn’t that unusual for him. He yelled at Puma over possession of his sister-in-law (or something).

He also apologized to Michael Jordan, probably for some lyrics to a song released last month, or maybe for events that happened outside of the limits of mere human’s perceptions of space and time, or maybe for absolutely nothing at all.

So he had beef with the CEO of Nike, but not really because KANYE LOVES NIKE, SEE?

Then he made sure we all know that Michael Jordan was invited to his party, along with EVERY AWESOME WRESTLERS.

However, in between the Jordan love and the Puma hate— which really is just a normal day in the life of a Kanye Twitter feed— he snuck in this bullshit.

Bill. Cosby. Innocent. Ten exclamation points.

Like I said, this isn’t a meltdown yet, but we know Kanye does not react well to criticism. And while tens of thousands of people have seen fit to favorite and retweet that statement, Kanye seems poised to receive all the hate the internet has to offer. Or at least, here’s hoping.

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