Nothing compares to the unbridled fury of a Kanye West Twitter tirade and the social commentary it elicits from just about every corner of the Internet. Whether it's dragging Wiz Khalifa and ex Amber Rose (who in turn gifted us with the hashtag #FingersInTheBootyAssBitch) or singing the praises of Will Ferrell's performance in Zoolander 2 seemingly apropos of nothing, Ye's tweets and IRL tantrums have been raising eyebrows since as far back as that time he claimed George Bush "doesn't care about black people." But be this as it may, Kim Kardashian has chimed in to clarify that Kanye is simply misunderstood, claiming that none of us actually "get" him. Huge if true, etc.
Peoplereports that Kardashian took to her app to defend Kanye's honor and arbitrary musings on Twitter, claiming that this all just really boils down to a passion for his art.
Kardashian West, 35, wrote that she is loving "my husband," hating "that people don't get that Kanye will stand up against the whole world for his creativity and art," wearing "Yeezy Season 3 samples I took from the show," wanting "everyone to be as honest as Kanye," watching "Kanye shoot his new video" and reading "Kanye's tweets."
Kim also shared her current Kimoji mood, which was reportedly an "avatar of her own hand with a well-manicured middle finger sticking up." No word on the rumor that Kris Jenner thinks Kanye's bad for the brand, but this certainly clears up that previous claim that Kim has had it with Kanye's public over-shares.