By: Funny Or Die
Exes can be mad but just know I never let them play with my ass ‘ I don ‘t do that ‘ I stay away from that area all together
‘ KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) January 29, 2016
Kanye might ‘stay away from that area altogether,” but Twitter doesn ‘t.
Just when you think a hashtag doesn ‘t get any more incredible than #FingersInTheBootyAssBitch, Twitter goes ahead and gives you #KanyeAnalPlaylist and then makes it a top trend. Here are some highlights from the trending hashtag that we think needs no further explanation, or really we just don ‘t want to get that into it.
How deep is your love #KanyeAnalPlaylist
‘ Reginal Aurelien (@RegiAurelien) January 29, 2016
Adele-Rolling in the Deep #KanyeAnalPlaylist
‘ BREWBEN (@_Yungfeo) January 29, 2016
#KanyeAnalPlaylist No Vaseline- Ice Cube
‘ #TheGreatLady (@daempressnasjei) January 29, 2016
‘ Sway Art (@JSwayArt) January 29, 2016
'A Hole New World'- Alladin #KanyeAnalPlaylist
‘ ?he ‘u?uri?ion (@TheFuturition) January 29, 2016
Black Hole Sun #KanyeAnalPlaylist
‘ Jim Felter (@hoofelter) January 29, 2016
‘ Tim Mathis (@timmathiscomedy) January 29, 2016
‘ Rio (@RioAthwal) January 29, 2016
#KanyeAnalPlaylist The Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers
‘ thee anthony fantano (@theneedledrop) January 29, 2016
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