In case you haven't noticed, Kanye West recently rediscovered Twitter and has been using it all day (all day) to tweet about everything from his Yeezy collection and his "personal debt" to Taylor Swift and even the Grammys.
The tweets, which have confused us all, became the butt of Stephen Colbert's jokes Tuesday night on "The Late Show."
Colbert kicked things off by poking fun at the "The Life of Pablo" rapper's Grammys absence; Ye tweeted that he wouldn't attend the award show unless they promised him Album of the Year, an award for which he was not nominated.
Of course, the award went to Swift, who used her acceptance speech to send a clear message to Kanye after the whole "Famous" lyrics debacle. (For the record, no one thinks Kanye made Swift famous.)
Referencing the graphic line, Colbert joked, "Kanye, I have a feeling the odds of you having sex with Taylor Swift are about the same as you winning a Grammy you weren't nominated for … But Kanye's got bigger problems than Grammys he wasn't nominated for."
The late-night host went on to address more of the rapper's tweets, such as the ones below:
Colbert found it mostly amusing that Kanye used Twitter to reach out to Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. (Same thing, right?)
"Brilliant!" the comedian joked. "I can't think of a better way to reach out to the founder of Facebook than the one place he's sure to look: Twitter."
You can watch the whole video above.
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