Kanye West gives a 10-minute monologue in the White House Oval Office during his visit with President Donald Trump and NFL legend Jim Brown.
Kanye West has a new bromance brewing.
The “I Love It” rapper took to Twitter Wednesday to share to his 28 million followers a karaoke session with none other than Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Their song of choice: Backstreet Boys’ 1999 classic “I Want It That Way.”
In the candid picture, West and Zuckerberg were joined by an entourage of friends as they belted out “…Tell me why, Ain’t nothin’ but a heartache.”
However, Twitter took the picture with a grain of salt, because internet laws say it didn’t take place unless there is footage to prove it.
User @Bleeeeechers said, “Video or it didn’t happen.”
Other users asked for audio of the karaoke rendition to be added to Kanye’s upcoming album. “Gonna be a bonus track on the album,” user @William Turton tweeted.
In 2016, West demanded that Zuckerberg invest $1 billion in him after the controversial rapper claimed he was “$53 million in personal debt,” but that appears to all be water under the bridge now.
“Invest $1 billion dollars in Kanye west karaoke,” user @lmccabe55 said.
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