Kanye West Isn’t Here For “Followers” On Social Media & Pitches Replacement Term

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Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West sounds like he’s ready to take on a creative director role at a social media giant. The hip-hop star has weighed in on the term “followers” across all digital platforms.

Kanye hopped on Twitter this week and suggested “observers” should replace “followers.”

Over the past few days, Kanye shared personal messages he’s exchanged with social media executives.

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‪convo with Ben Schwerin from Snapchat‬

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a lot of human beings think this is what love means

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a conversation with My friend Jack the head of twitter

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Last week, Kanye jumped on Twitter to suggest followers/likes could ultimately have negative impacts on users.

Back in February, Kanye pulled the plug on his Instagram page and terminated his account.

Mercurial mad genius Kanye West has already deleted his Instagram account again after an all-too-brief return to praise his wife Kim Kardashian (and several other high-profile celebrity couples) on Valentine’s Day. Kanye originally deleted his accounts around eight months ago while recovering from an onstage meltdown during his Saint Pablo tour. The resulting public backlash and physical exhaustion of the tour caused him to retreat from public life while earning him a lawsuit and a very angry reference on Jay-Z’s Grammy-nominated album, 4:44. (Uproxx)

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