Kanye West set off an avalanche of responses to his Twitter post on Tuesday.
BILL COSBY INNOCENT !!!!!!!!!!
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 9, 2016
And with that, the Grammy-winning rapper set the stage for some epic feedback.
This should end well https://t.co/x0IXcaqXVp
— Sunny!FreeOrDie (@sunnyright) February 9, 2016
@kanyewest Kanye, what are you doing?
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) February 9, 2016
That settles it. The 2020 Democratic presidential nominee has spoken. https://t.co/NXVcPQtwqH
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) February 9, 2016
— Haley (@haleyyspicer) February 10, 2016
We already knew Yeezy lived in alternate reality https://t.co/NQoLM4xxRN
— Spencer Pratt (@spencerpratt) February 9, 2016
@kanyewest he has literally admitted to drugging women. You gotta stop.
— Meghan Tonjes (@meghantonjes) February 9, 2016
— Rachel McGrath (@RachelMcGrath) February 9, 2016
Stop Kanye. This is not a good look. @kanyewest
— roxane gay (@rgay) February 9, 2016
@kanyewest My suggestion for a new album title: Stop Tweeting
— Tyllary Clickabeatz (@TylerHuckabee) February 10, 2016
Many Twitter users were at a loss for words.
— Sassy Fran IRL (@Firebomb173) February 9, 2016
— Eric Sundermann (@ericsundy) February 9, 2016
— Myles Tanzer (@mylestanzer) February 9, 2016
— Rosa Rad (@rosarad47) February 10, 2016
.@kanyewest you ruined the internet
— º ~ • atabs • ~ º (@therealatabs) February 10, 2016
And many offered heartfelt advice.
@kanyewest Please. I have defended you so many times and this is going to make it near impossible. I love you but stop.
— The Blue Rose (@IshbelBeeson) February 10, 2016
— jonathan frandzone (@NotAllBhas) February 9, 2016
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