Yet Another Update on Batshit-Crazy Kanye West

It’s been all Kanye, all the time this week. Let’s finish things up (?) with another aggregation of stories highlighting his craziness.

 

ITEM 1: “The Kanye Clause”

According to the New York Daily News, the Kardashians have something called “The Kanye Clause” written into their endorsement agreements. In exchange for any big-money agreement, the Kardashians have to do their best to keep Kanye from ranting against those specific products/services. Failure to do so could result in the deal becoming null and void.

Do you want to be the person who tells Kanye what he can and can’t say on Twitter?

 

ITEM 2:  Pizza Hut Offered Kanye a Job

Hey, he says he’s $53 million in debt. Pizza Hut just wants to help out. No word on whether he’s considering it. (Via National Post)

 

ITEM 3: Kanye is Thinking About Suing The Pirate Bay

Sources say that his Tidal-only exclusive release of The Life of Pablo is a bust because it’s already been pirated 500,000 times through torrent sites. Good luck suing The Pirate Bay, dude. If governments can’t bring this thing down…

 

ITEM 4: Mark Zuckerberg’s Response to Kanye’s Request for $1 Billion

Well, it wasn’t Mark hisself but a former Facebook engineer. Maybe he was speaking for Mark, though.

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