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Pizza Hut Puts Kanye West In His Place As He Cries Poor

Poor Kanye! He’s broke and he doesn’t know what to do about it. It must be tough having all that celebrity and not knowing how to manage your millions. Pizza Hut has a classically epic idea for him. I love it!

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Kanye, as you’ve probably heard, tweeted out a series of missives in which he announced he was $53 million (!?!) in debt and encouraged Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to invest $1 billion (!?!?!?!) “into Kanye West ideas.”

You know, ideas like his new song “Famous,” where he raps about Taylor Swift, “For all my Southside n****s that know me best / I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that b***** famous.”

 

 

Sounds like a pretty solid investment, Mr. Zuckerberg. I don’t think it’s FDIC insured, though.

Move over, Van Gogh. Make way, Mozart. The man who penned the lyric “In a French-a** restaurant / Hurry up wit’ my damn croissants!” has taken your places as the “greatest artist of all time.”

That’s one rather gutsy, presupposing proposal. Of course, Kanye kind of neglected the fact that, as CEO of its biggest social media rival, Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t have a Twitter account.

But never mind that. Pizza Hut has an even better idea for him to work off all that debt.

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Dang. That pizza burned a bit more than the roof of your mouth. The Twitter-ati agreed

Kanye might have a bit of trouble in his new job, though. He’ll probably keep on asking where the caviar and foie gras are at.

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I have no idea how Kanye managed to rack up $53 million dollars in debt. Even for a man who once carved up a half-million dollar Maybach with a torch in one of his music videos, $53 million is an obscene amount of money for anyone — no matter how rich or how married to a Kardashian they are — to hemorrhage.

Why Mark Zuckerberg would think Kanye would be a good investment if he managed to blow through that amount of money is beyond me, especially when you consider Kanye can’t even tell which social media company Zuckerberg heads.

Rest easy, though, Kanye. I’m sure a few overtime shifts at the Hut and some generous delivery tips will make up for it in no time.

For more tweets and info on this story go to Conservative Tribune.

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