Kanye West Is Running Out of Platforms
Yesterday, I sat down with Kanye West on stage in Washington, D.C. for a Q&A for the BET Hip Hop Awards. We talked about several topics, including the ongoing feud he has with Taylor Swift and the rest of the “Yeezy Mafia”, the release of his new album Yeezus, his rumored partnership with Justin Bieber, and the controversy over his upcoming song, “All Falls Down.”
West said he was done talking about the Taylor Swift feud and wanted to talk about the Yeezus release. To my surprise, he launched into a discussion about Twitter. West says there are currently no new messages being tweeted as of yesterday. “The only time there was a new message was when I decided to go to Twitter and check what was new in the world,” West told me. He said it has been a “relief” not to have to pay attention to what everyone is saying.” The only time there was a new message was when I decided to go to Twitter and check what was new in the world,” West told me. He said it has been a “relief” not to have to pay attention to what everyone is saying.
“I think the problem is that in this world, you’ve got to wait until something happens before you say anything. I don’t want to say anything until something happens.”
This is something that I’ve been struggling with myself as well. I think it’s something that I’ve been struggling with myself as well. I’ve been trying to find a way to stay connected to the news. I’ve been trying to figure out when news is ready to be shared. I have to write my columns at the beginning of the week and when I finally figure out what I want to do the week ahead of time, I figure it out in advance and make sure that I’m posting it on Friday at the latest. Now, with Twitter, it�