Like a two partridges in a tree

We know we all make mistakes, there are things we do and say that we never intentionally meant to harm any other living soul because honestly we hadn’t interpreted that way. the kk team has been out again, most recently displaying their new baby together and assets they have established together but while their action together seem galant or statuary to other apart they seem to be coming cok ups.

Real Or Racist??? A Tweet From “Kim Kardashian’s” Twitter Page About Nigerians Looking Like “Apes” Sets Off Angry African Backlash!
Kim K and African babies

A Fake Tweet From Kim Kardashian About Nigerians Angers Africans

Yesterday, a tweet posted from “Kim Kardashian” almost caused an international incident in Africa.

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As you might imagine, a tweet like this from someone with almost 18 million followers will make it’s way around the internet QUICK and suffice to say, the responses weren’t pretty.

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After a day and night of speculation, Kim finally used her 140 characters to defend herself and clap back against those who believe she is a racist.

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With a little research, we found the clown responsible for the photoshopped tweet and it’s no surprise that he is ecstatic to have lit the fire under the Nigerian people.

and her other half…


kanye-westWith songs like “Sweet Baby Jesus,” “New God Flow” and “Jesus Walks,” Kanye West has never been scared to talk about God and make religious references in his music.Most recently, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper made headlines for reportedly considering I Am God as the title for his new album. Although this rumor turned out to be false, a member of Yeezy’s camp did confirm that “I Am A God” (emphasis added) is the title of his forthcoming single.

“We would never be so presumptuous or sacrilegious to call ourselves the supreme being,” a source toldHuffPost, adding that the song’s concept is “centered around the idea that all people are manifestations of a higher power.”

One of Kanye’s longtime collaborators, Malik Yusef, also dropped an explanation of the song’s controversial title.

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Despite this new “explanation,” fans are still having a field day in the Twitterverse about Kanye’s use of religion in rap and his self esteem that’s seemed to have reach new egotistical heights.

From declaring that you can’t spell G.O.O.D. Music without G-O-D to forming a new religion without sins, let’s take a trip down memory lane at Mr. West’s most controversial lyrics about religion.

(We haven’t heard the ”I Am A God” track yet be we’re pretty sure it could be added to this list.)

…I heart twitter, i always have evidence for my articles, remember what you tweet is not safe from anyone so watch what you do and be safe on the net…


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