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Guys, we really, really need to talk about Kanye West. The performer, wannabe fashion icon and Kardashian Krew member has been on a tear the last little while, and we’re seriously starting to get concerned about his overall health.

Let’s start with that truly incomprehensible speech at the MMVAs. You know, the one where he more or less announced he’d be running for President of the United States before dropping the mic and stalking off into a glittered blaze of glory? Well it seems to us that ever since that announcement he’s been moving his brand forward in the most Donald Trump of ways. As in, he’s doing and saying things that make absolutely no sense whatsoever.

How about that bizarre Twitter feud with Wiz Khalifa? Or even the fact that Kanye has gone on the record about his new album The Life of Pablo, being the “record of life,” never mind “record of the year?”

And we definitely can’t forget this recent Tweet about Bill Cosby…

Like, does someone need to stop him from drunk tweeting or something?

That’s just the tip of the iceberg, though. Now the music mogul has decided to announce to the world that he’s $53 million in debt, probably from trying to do everything and nothing all at once.

So who does one turn to when one is in debt? Mark Zuckerberg, of course.

Let’s break down everything wrong with these tweets, which appeared right before West appeared on Saturday Night Live over the weekend, shall we?

First of all, if you’re that much in debt, renting out the entire Madison Square Gardens and filling it with models wearing your clothing sounds like a pretty irresponsible move, right?

Secondly, if you’re going to appeal to a social media master like Zuckerberg for money, should you not be doing it on FACEBOOK, and not TWITTER?

Third of all, who talks about themselves in the third person like that?

And fourth of all, “the greatest living artist and greatest artist of all time?” Seriously? It’s comments like these that make the Taylor Swift days seem so incredibly tame.

At this point, it honestly seems as though Kanye needs some help. If his latest string of Tweets are any indication, he should get it soon. Heck, even his longtime co-writer Rhymefest has quit the musician, taking to Twitter to announce that Kanye needs “spiritual and mental” help.

Stepping away from the public spotlight for a little while sounds like a great idea to us. Because if we can all agree on one thing, it’s that Kanye pushing forward right about now isn’t doing himself any favours.