We smell a new squad in our midst!
However, it appears the epic collaborative performance gave an even cooler gift in the form of new best friends, Blue Ivy Carter and Apple Martin.
For the snap, the Oscar winner wrote:
It's a world tour for Kanye West… kind of!
The rapper will be releasing his new album Swish on February 11, and now we know he'll have a live performance of the entire album that same day at Madison Square Garden!!!
But wait… there's more!!!
Yeezus also announced that Swish will be streamed live on the 11th, in "select theaters worldwide," according to the poster.
Tickets are already on sale in places like Germany, Australia, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom! Ch-ch-check out the poster for the even set to go down in just a little more than two weeks (below)!!!
The legend has spoken — and he makes a great point, too!
In response to the ongoing #OscarsSoWhite controversy over the past few weeks, Sir Ian McKellen spoke on Monday to reporters with a message of warning: disenfranchisement isn't only happening along racial lines.
The Lord Of The Rings star expressed sympathy for black actors angry about how the Oscars have snubbed them, both recently and historically.
But the acting legend also cautioned that it wasn't just black actors receiving the short end of the Academy Awards' focus, having himself been nominated twice:
John Legend is a smart man!
Legend mentioned how, even though diversity in acting nominations at the Oscars was critically important, there was actually one area that was far more important in terms of being inclusive and equal: the Academy's governing ranks.
Legend said about diversity in the Academy's membership:
Looks like the race for president may have a new entry!
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is apparently seriously considering running as an independent candidate for president, according to sources that revealed the news on Saturday morning!
The 73-year-old is apparently having aides look at ballot access issues as they start to consider whether to draw up papers to run!
Apparently, Bloomberg believes
Another star jumps in on #OscarsSoWhite!
This time, it's Reese Witherspoon, and she has a sensible and heartfelt message about the lack of diversity at the Oscars after the award show has gone through such a controversial week of boycotts and debate.
The Legally Blonde actress took to Facebook on Thursday afternoon, and shared her thoughts on the Academy Awards' lack of diversity among nominees in major film categories, writing to her fans (below):