January 05, 2012 16:47:18 GMT
Making use of the short postings, the rapper revealed his management status, journey in fashion industry and new production company among others.
Kanye West set the Twitter on fire on Wednesday, January 4 with over 70 posts about various things like politic, fashion and his new project. The Grammy-nominated rapper tweeted all of his thoughts in the span of three hours.
West began with a clarification that he did not fire former agent Cara Lewis who left William Morris Endeavor for CAA. "More clarity... I have no agency representing me currently... William Morris was fired after Cara lewis quit. I love Cara Lewis : )" he wrote.
His next few tweets were talking about his fashion business which was hurt slightly by the incident at 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. "I've been working at this for 8 years now ...from the first offers to do urban clothing lines that I turned down," West wrote. "To begging Bape to do my line and never making any real headway. To having an office in LA that was shut down after the 'MTV' moment along with my tour with GAGA."
When talking about his new fashion line, Donda, West revealed that he is looking forward to assemble a team of experts including "DJs, video game designers, publishers, tech guys, lawyers, bankers, nutritionist ...doctors, scientist, teachers." He even left an e-mail address in which his team can be contacted.
Next he discussed a new venture with the team, writing, "I'm currently working on a new 7 screen experience." Described as semi sic-fi, the project is aiming for Olympic 2016 release. West also name-dropped some famous people, "We need to take what Michael Jackson felt and [Alexander] Mcqueen and Steve Jobs and we need make things better."
His posts were ended with a quote from Nobel Prize-winning playwright George Bernard Shaw. "If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas," he tweeted.