Kanye West has been having one hell of a month: from begging Mark Zuckerberg for money on Twitter to having an uncensored audio file of his meltdown before Saturday Night Live leak, the guy’s become a pro at clogging up the daily news cycle with stupid bullshit. Hell, he even managed to start yet another feud with Taylor Swift for absolutely no reason whatsoever:
And oh look, wouldn’t you believe it – here’s some more stupid bullshit about Kanye West! Will it ever end? Probably not unless he dies sometime in the near future, and since when has the human race ever been that lucky?
At least this stupid bullshit involves Steph Curry, who is neither stupid nor full of bullshit. You’d think that would level-out Kanye’s stupid bullshit to just “blagh,” but Ye’s taken his BS to level 99 which means he’s impenetrable. Not even Steph Curry commenting with some sanity on the following tweet…
…can cancel-out Kanye’s Kanye. According to CBS Sports, this is what Curry had to say about Yeezy throwing him into his Twitter rampage:
“I’ve seen a lot of his [Kanye’s] crazy outlandish tweets, especially in the past month, and then when I saw my name cross through his fingertips, that was kind of funny and honoring at the same time. But then also very weird that he put me in the same conversation as Michael and Kanye. Someone did a graphic of me in my jersey and Jordan, they dubbed him guarding me, and Kanye’s face was on both of us. That’s my favorite meme of all time — or so far to date. I’m gonna have to get that blown up on my wall or something.”
As for the tweet Curry was talking about:
It’s always refreshing to see that Steph Curry is still enamored with fame. Some famous people are so BORING about it, but Steph? Nah, he’s always “Man that’s so cool! Look at all these cool famous people things! Man oh man am I one lucky motherfucker” as opposed to Kanye, who as we all know is…well, Kanye.
Whether or not Yeezy feels the same way about that Bleacher Report meme remains to be seen, but if anything we know about his personality is true…bets are probably not.
[H/T CBS Sports]