Although West deleted his shady post, he did retweet a fan’s tweet who welcomed him back to Twitter.
Meanwhile, West is planning to write a book on philosophy called Break the Simulation.
In a Hollywood Reporter interview with international interior design legend Axel Vervoordt, the Chicago rhymer describes the book as a concept where he wants people to focus on the past as well as the future.
"I've got this philosophy — or let's say it's just a concept because sometimes philosophy sounds too heavy-handed," he explains. "I've got a concept about photographs, and I'm on the fence about photographs — about human beings being obsessed with photographs — because it takes you out the now and transports you into the past or transports you into the future."
"It can be used to document, but a lot times it overtakes people]. People dwell too much in the memories," he continues. "People always wanna hear the history something, which is important, but I think it there's too much an importance put on history."
When talking about his successful run at Adidas he fered this tidbit:
"At Adidas, I have Yeezy, but it's a namesake brand. It's my nickname. We do these sneakers that sell out and we get, 'Oh, this is the number one brand on Women's Wear Daily. And I don't wish to be number one anymore, I wish to be water. I wish to be closer to UNICEF or something where I can take the information that I have and help as many people as possible, not to just shove it into a brand."
You can read Kanye West's entire interview at hollywoodreporter.com.
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