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One of the more surprising threads to emerge from Kanye West's messy release of The Life of Pablo involves his personal finances. If you believe the celebrated rapper, he owes a serious chunk of change: before hitting the Saturday Night Live stage over the weekend, he tweeted that he's carrying $53 million in debt. It's a huge sum, one that seems impossible when you consider his sales success and his family's lucrative reality show and businesses. (Then again, renting Madison Square Garden and filling it with over a thousand models clad in your clothing line can't be cheap.)
West ran with the idea on Sunday afternoon by asking one of Silicon Valley's richest young men to lend a hand with an investment:
originally posted by: Dark Ghost
a reply to: Spider879
While I'm far from a Kanye fan myself (although I did find Gold Digger rather catchy), I do believe you are being harsh and unnecessarily cruel wishing such bad circumstances upon another human being and his family.
You have to understand that the media sensationalises things and when it wants to throw dirt on famous people it loves to hate, it will do so in the most devious ways imaginable.