A few days ago, I speculated on how Kanye West was ever going to top his increasingly odd publicity stunts, as the date for his new album drop shifts closer. Kanye has always understood that the mere mention of Donald Trump warrants free publicity, more so if you throw out a controversial political viewpoint. Later, Kanye clarified his statement, claiming he really wanted to amend the amendment, rather than outright abolish. But Kanye got what he wanted, to attract some of that “dragon energy” and draw Trump’s spotlight to himself. If Kanye were to release his album tonight, he might just "break the internet," harder than Kim Kardashian's rear end ever could.
Source: Forbes October 11, 2018 21:00 UTC