News: Kanye West Unleashes Truth, Beauty, Awesomeness & More In Twitter Return
Friday, Jan 25, 2013 10:15PM
Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West appears to have a teaser in store for his 9.1 million Twitter followers, making a brief comeback to the addictive social networking service heading into the weekend.
Rather than go on an emotional tantrum, Yeezy unloaded a handful of descriptive words in his first and only tweets since January 7th.
"Truth," he tweeted Friday (January 25).
"Functionality" (Kanye West's Twitter)
His most notable return in recent memory dates back to last October when he reflected on the anniversary of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
"WE LOST STEVE A YEAR AGO TODAY...," he tweeted October 5th.
"HE IS ONE OF THE MOST INSPIRING AND INFLUENTIAL HUMAN BEINGS OF OUR EXISTENCE ALONG WITH MICHAEL JACKSON, WALT DISNEY, AND DR. KING."
"LET'S BE THANKFUL FOR HIS LIFE AND RESPECT HIS LEGACY BY NEVER COMPROMISING ON OUR FUTURE." (Kanye West's Twitter)
Much like his page appears these days, Ye made headlines last year for deleting all of his Twitter remarks.
Kanye West, who has used Twitter for voicing his opinions through epic rants in the past, has deleted all of his tweets. However, he did leave one tweet that says, "Be back soon." It's also interesting to note that he is only following his girlfriend Kim Kardashian. Whether this move is part of his campaign to silence himself from the media or just something else entirely, his eight million-plus followers will just have to wait until he returns. (Complex)
In late July 2010, Mr. West officially joined the Twitter universe.
Kanye West's tour of Silicon Valley continued. After meeting with Facebook on Tuesday, the newest celebrity to join Twitter stopped by the micro-blogging service's headquarters for a visit that included him rapping new material from his as-yet-untitled album. "I admit my first watch was a Fossil, now I'm in the Louvre looking for fossils." "Lyrically can't none of ya'll murder 'Ye 'cause y'all raps ain't got no vertebrae/ And we all know the beats is like a mix between Fergie and Jesus." (Rap-Up)