The Blast reports several sources told them Ye is using the social media platform to support its CEO, Jack Dorsey. The latter even showed love to Ye upon his return. "Welcome back @kanyewest!" he tweeted to the rapper, who deleted the tweet to which Jack responded.
Although other sources told the site 'Ye "decided to come back completely on his own."
Nonetheless, Ye has been incredibly active on Twitter this month. Since April 13, he's tweeted over 200 tweets. This number includes tweeting his philosophy book in real time, casual album release dates for his solo album, his collaboration album with Kid Cudi which will be accompanied by a Dexter Navy–shot short film. He also announced he worked on the production for Nas, Pusha T, and Teyana Taylor's upcoming projects. But the news hasn't been all good for 'Ye's followers. He's also steeped in controversy for tweeting support for alt-right conservatives like Candace Owens, who's known for anti-black rhetoric, and overall mess of a president, Donald Trump. He even tweeted a photo of himself wearing the infamous red 'Make America Great Again' hat next to a man holding up a possible white power sign.
But if Ye did come back to the social media platform for its CEO, it wouldn't be such a bad move. Since his return, timelines are filled with hot takes on Ye's tweets. Now, maybe 'Ye will get the meeting with Apple's CEO Tim Cook for which he's been asking.