Twitter responds to Kanye’s early version of the Boost 350
Thank the lord Yeezus Christ – Kanye is back on Twitter.
Being known for his musical genius, you’d expect his return to Twitter to be part of promoting a new album – instead he had risen to tackle Nike’s apparant “Yeezy-inspired” revamp of the Nike Monarch via John Elliot.
And the sneaker talk continued again today, with Ye posting a few photoshops of the Yeezy 350 from it’s infancy stages of design – if you can call it design.
The hypbeasts, of course, ate it up. But to anyone who knows why they like something – not who it’s attached to – could see it’s hideousness in all of it’s photoshopped glory.
And of course, Twitter’s responses are always on point. With this guy not being able to unsee their deep-sea resemblance.
ily but pic.twitter.com/MVsF1ERTvm
— ANMOL Ⓥ (@pormnub) April 16, 2018
Some turned to extreme measures to show their distaste for Yeezy sneakers in general.
— guzinski (@minetmajster) April 16, 2018
For some, it was just great to see Kanye back on Twitter.
the world feels safer now that you’re back
— seriously shoot me (@killmejfc) April 16, 2018
And some comparing his genius to the incredibly gifted Albert.
This generations closest thing to Einstein. The God tweets again.
— Kanye West (@truekanyefan) April 16, 2018
But it seems most people we’re brought up decent, avoiding the elephant in the room with momma’s values; If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.