Kanye West has been making almost daily appearances on Twitter since releasing his “No Parties in L.A.” single in early January and his latest Tweets have pushed the envelope far beyond expectation for some.
Tweeting as if he’s somehow just learned of the influence he can have and amount of people he can reach by becoming an active part of the Twitter community, Kanye filled his timeline with previews of his upcoming Yeezy Season 3 line on Monday night before calling out PUMA for unsuccessfully attempting to collaborate with his sister-in-law Kylie Jenner on a shoe line on Tuesday afternoon.
However, it was his sudden declaration of Bill Cosby’s innocence that sent social media into a tailspin on Tuesday evening.
This tweet came just an hour after Kanye also shocked many by apologizing to Michael Jordan, a surprising gesture considering how repeatedly vocal Ye has been on with his thoughts on Yeezys surpassing Jordans in popularity.
With the release of his new album and highly-anticipated Madison Square Garden performance just two days away, this is likely just the beginning of what’s to come from Kanye in 2016.