Kanye West may have revealed on Twitter this weekend that he's "53 million dollars in personal debt," but on Monday he also claimed that he's "personally rich."
So which one is it?
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The rapper, who released his new album "The Life of Pablo" on Saturday night following his performance on "Saturday Night Live," fired off a series of tweets about his wealth in which he asked Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page for "help."
"If I spent my money on my ideas I could not afford to take care of my family," he claimed. "I need access to more money in order to bring more beautiful ideas to the world."
See all of his tweets about money:
As is usually the case when West goes on a Twitter rant these days, his words were hard to follow and equally as difficult to totally believe. Though it's tough to argue against the fact that he buys his family ample houses and furs.
Just because his rant wasn't that easy to follow doesn't mean that we didn't take anything away from his tweet-dump. No, we learned a valuable lesson in finance from Yeezus:
There you have it, folks.
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