In recent weeks, Kanye's Twitter rampages have certainly raised a few eyebrows.
Not only has he had a full on feud with ex-girlfriend Amber (which ended rather embarrassingly for him with talk of anal fiddling), come head-to-head with Wiz Khalifa over the subject of 'cool pants,' provided a poignant narration over the extent of his financial woes, and asked Mark Zuckerberg to invest $1 billion into 'Kanye West Ideas,' but the genius has also weighed in on America's savage textbook crisis.
Assessing all the facts, I think it's safe to say that good ol' Yeezy has been having somewhat of a social media meltdown in recent weeks. And like many concerned souls, the guys over at CollegeHumor.com decided to whip out their detective skills to try to fathom what on earth all of it could mean. The result? It appears that Kanye is not actually who he says he is.
Yep, Ye's tweets were meticulously analyzed, and when the sea of confusion finally parted, only one possible answer remained:
Yes — an excellent rumor spread like wildfire that Kanye was in fact Lord Voldemort in disguise.
And it is kind of believable. After all, just like the Dark Lord from the Harry Potter series, the rapper has also suffered a rough upbringing, is similarly prone to sudden outbursts of anger, and also wants to conquer the world as a powerful leader (2020 could not come any faster). Oh, and let's not forget a time his wife Kim Kardashian actually resembled a member of the Malfoy family. It's totally possible he's actually Voldemort — you really can't make this shit up.
Alas, although there is clearly a colossal amount of evidence that points to the theory that Kanye is indeed Voldy, I'm about to rain all over your hopeful parade.
'I Am Voldemort' Debunked
Don't get me wrong, it would be hilarious if this sinister confession were true, but alas it is not. Kanye's tweets were merely taken out of order, making it pretty much certain that Yeezy didn't craft a secret message among all his bizarre Twitter ramblings. When put in order of when they were tweeted, IASMYTATPIFS simply doesn't mean anything.
So there you have it folks, no matter what anyone might tell you, Kanye is definitely not 'Yeezy Who Must Not Be Named.' So until he learns the skills to magically make an acrostic just like Tom Riddle, regard his tweets simply as examples of prime Kanye waffle:
What other possible explanation could be behind Kanye's erratic Twitter behavior?