Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
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So should we still be worried about Kanye West??
On Monday, the All Day rapper took to Twitter again to clarify his recent rantings on the social media site — where he asked Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Google cofounder Larry Page to bail him out of debt. Oh man!
Of course, when the A-lister started asking for financial backing, fans started to worry that Yeezus was in a 50 Cent type situation. Kanye's since reassured everyone that he is, in fact, still rich… he just wants to use other people's money for his projects.
Well that's fair. Unfortunately, this sound logic is buried beneath a series of other crazy posts!
Ch-ch-check out Ye's latest rant for yourself (below)!
Kanye West has been very transparent about his personal problems of late.
But after firing out another series of peculiar tweets begging CEOs for financial resources, we're not sure if Yeezy is just the Twitter troll of the year or in the midst of a public meltdown!
On Sunday, Kanye told the Facebook founder and Google, Inc. co-founder Larry Page that if they really wanted to make a difference, to stop spending money building schools in Africa and donate to the rapper's bank account instead!
It looks like Kanye West's peers are starting to get worried about him! On Friday Rhymefest, one of Yeezus' longtime collaborators, took to Twitter to express his concern for Kim Kardashian West's husband.
Is this true, or just a weird joke?!
Kanye West has been, um, a prolific tweeter recently, and between last night and this morning we are learning new things about him… if they're even true.
One of the things we are learning is that he's apparently tens of millions of dollars in debt, as evidenced by a tweet he sent out last night (below):
Mark Zuckerberg is adding some skills to his LinkedIn profile.
In anticipation of Facebook's 12th birthday on Thursday, Zuckerberg hosted a February 3 fan forum where he dolled out parenting advice and other life hacks. Let's just say Zuckerberg is very well-versed in the art of changing a poopy diaper!
Speaking to a fellow new parent at the event, the mogul advised:
"Have you figured out yet that when you change the diapers you have to slide the new diaper underneath? That saved me a lot of time and wasted clothing."
Ha! Did M.Z. just admit to getting poop all over his new daughter Max and his Palo Alto pad? We're glad the techie was able to better his practice!
As for how fatherhood is going, Mark gushed:
"It's awesome. It's very different from what I expected."
Aww, how sweet! We bet Zuck and his wife Priscilla Chan are just thrilled to be parents after their tragic miscarriages.
Congrats again, you two!
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It really doesn't get much cuter than this!
Mark Zuckerberg continues to share adorable new shots of his baby girl, Max, proving he's one very proud papa!
In the latest snap from Sunday, Facebook's head honcho showed his nearly two-month-old daughter taking a dip in the pool.
But don't worry, she was totally safe with her dad by her side! Mark captioned the pic:
"Max's first swim. She loves it!"
She looks so at peace!!
Max was probably contemplating life. Or when her next nap will be.
Either way, this is one sweet moment she and her dad will remember forever!
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This is kind of creepy!
According to reports, Nielsen — the people who track TV ratings — will soon have the ability to track what you send to your friends on Facebook!
The ratings company has an agreement with the gigantic social network to monitor your conversations with family and friends on the site about popular TV shows, and those convos will be sent from Facebook to supplement TV rating information!
So if you're really into Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, or you find yourself recommending Jessica Jones to a friend or family member on the social network, expect that Mark Zuckerberg's website is going to