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Kanye West is back on Twitter after nearly a year of saying nothing

And he’s talking tattoos, philosophy and shoes.

IT WAS MAY 2017 when Kanye West deleted his Twitter and thus everything on the account leaving us with no Kanye thoughts about anything.

He reactivated the account on Saturday much to the delight of a lot of people including the founder of Twitter himself Jack Dorsey.

Of course the tweet that Jack quoted was deleted by Kanye but sure the sentiment is nice isn’t it?

Anyway Kanye has yet to disappoint with the tweets as he was showing off some tattoo designs to honour his son Saint.

He’s also been posting some interesting designs for his shoes.

He’s also been paying tribute to his ex brother in law Lamar Odom too. Odom was hospitalised in 2015 having been found unconscious. He suffered a number of strokes and was placed on life support at one point. Kanye seemed to paiy tribute to Odom’s attitude during his recovery.

He also got a bit philosophical which is pretty on message given he’s writing a book on philosophy called Breaking the Simulation. If his tweets are anything to go by then the book should be incredibly interesting and could give us an insight into the inner workings of Kanye.

Whether Kanye is here to stay remains to be seen but one hopes that he is. If just to see more tweets like this one.

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