- Comedian Trevor Noah has shared his thoughts on the messy situation that rapper, Kanye West, has landed himself in
- Trevor said he's concerned for the Kanye's wellbeing and asked that the people who care about him take his mic away
- Kanye appears to be unravelling after getting emotional at his political rally and taking shots at his wife, Kim Kardashian, on social media
Trevor Noah has begged for someone to take Kanye West's social media away after his latest Twitter melt-down. Kanye threw his wife, Kim Kardashian, under the bus. He also had some choice words for his mother-in-law, Kris Jenner, Anna Wintour and Drake.
Trevor believes it's time somebody reeled Kanye in and prevents him from spilling his guts to the world. The comedian did note that Kanye is a grown man who should take responsibility for his actions also.
The Daily Show host posted a video about the situation and captioned it, "Someone needs to take the mic away from Kanye. Unfortunately the best person to do that is Kanye."
Some peeps thought it wasn't cool for Trevor to make jokes at the expense of Kanye's documented mental illness.
Chris Wolfe wrote, "No matter what s***** thing he's done or said, he's a man with a mental illness who is refusing help from his family. Don't laugh at him. Try and help him."
Nikki Gladney commented, "Can someone hire Kanye a campaign manager. I love him, but he needs help."
Kanye West shocked the world when he came for his wife, Kim Kardashian, on social media.
Kanye said his daughter, North, would never end up taking pictures for Playboy like Kim.
Kanye also implied that Kim had cheated on him with Meek Mill and said he'd wanted a divorce ever since.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity Thulo does not play nice when it comes to social media trolls. She recently delivered an epic clap-back after a troll shaded her looks.
The tweep said that Boity looks much older than, which is 30 years old. Boity had no choice but to bring out receipts of the of how the tweep looks.
The troll's own profile picture gave fans a total melt-down. It was the definition of don't throw stones if you live in a glass house.
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