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#HelpKenyaNotKanye heats up on Twitter

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According to an article on USA Today College, Kenya deserves more help than Kanye. On Feb. 15, Kanye West posted on Twitter that he’s $53 million in debt. In subsequent Tweets, he asked for Mark Zuckerberg’s aid by requesting a $1 billion investment in “the greatest living artist and greatest artist of all time.”

While West claims to be struggling, many fans aren’t buying it.

One particular fan, Gabriel Ferrer, has created Help Kenya, not Kanye — a website dedicated to helping deserving children in Africa.

“Kanye West is 53 million in debt and asking for help. He’s gone as far as saying he deserves it more than children in Africa. As a fan, that’s where I draw the line. If you really want a GOOD Friday, help Kenya not Kanye.” Ferrer says on the website, citing two tweets Kanye posted.

Twitter’s reaction to the tag #HelpKenyaNotKanye is as predicted; Kanye continues to stir up controversy, who knows what’s next?

This article was previously posted here.

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Ivy Mang'eli
Ivy Mang'eli is a graduate of Daystar University. She is passionate about youth affairs and social development