Justin Bieber has a dedicated fan in the music industry, and it’s none other than rapper, fashion designer, and Kim Kardashian’s husband, Kanye West himself. West has declared “What Do You Mean” as his favorite song of 2015.
In a tweet, the 38-year-old rapper made sure he is known as an avid fan of the 21-year-old. In a recent Twitter rant, West mentioned, “What do you mean… by @JustinBieber was my favorite song of 2015” to his 20 million followers. Hollywood Life reported that it is unclear when exactly Kanye started becoming a Bieber fan, but he certainly chose a random time to announce his admiration.
It was only one tweet out of the many he posted on March 13. The long string of tweets that followed his Bieber confession revealed his devotion towards people, the future, the truth and quality.
On the day, West also explained what he feels to be his greatest quality. He tweeted, “I have discovered my single greatest quality. I care.” He also added, “Everyone can say anything they want about me but they could never say that I didn’t care.”
He also used Twitter to announce his plans for 2016. On March 12, the rapper announced he is going to “Mad Max,” probably a movie reference to describe he is going full force. He said he would be equally devoted to fashion and music by mentioning, “No more fashion calendar… I’m going Mad Max… 6 collections a year…3 albums a year.”
West uses his Twitter to express his opinions on almost everything. Most of the time, they are random and quite mind-boggling. However, his tweet about Justin Bieber was probably the most confusing of them all. It was too random.
According to Daily Mail, even though it does seem like it, West and Bieber have been really good friends for years. Moreover, their lives are really intertwined. One of Bieber’s closest friends Corey Gamble is currently dating West’s mother-in-law, Kris Jenner. Bieber was also once linked to West’s sister-in-law, Kourtney Kardashian.
While this may not be the reason Kanye has praised Bieber, it is known that the rapper is a fan of a musician whose music is as crazy as his personal life.