Twitter without Kanye West’s quirky tweets seemed to be incomplete, until now. The rapper has finally broken his 10-month-long Twitter break to break great news for his fans and, no, we aren’t talking Kanye West and his obsession with the US President, Donald Trump! Instead, he has dropped in the release date of his upcoming album called ‘Jesus Is King’. It was last on January 2, 2019, when Kanye had posted his last tweet. Well, all this while, he was rather communicating with fans via wife Kim Kardashian’s account. (ALSO READ - Kylie Jenner Talked Kim Kardashian And Kanye West To Go With The Name ‘Psalm’ For Their Fourth Child Instead Of ‘Ye’)
Taking to his account, the Gold Digger rapper announced that Jesus Is King will be out on October 25, as he wrote, “‘JESUS IS KING’ OCT 25th” and shared a picture of his albums’ cover that was blue in colour and had his and albums’ name written in yellow colour. Well, this date comes after a lot of delays. Earlier, Kim Kardashian had revealed that Jesus Is King would be out on September 27 with the titles of 12 tracks that were written on a paper. Check out Kanye West’s tweet below:
A stunned fan replied under his tweet by writing, “As soon as he tweeted, all the Kanye fans couldn’t really believe, especially after the delay, and their hilarious responses were proof. Jesus is King will actually be really early by Kanye standards. His albums arrive, on average, 130 days after the original announced date. 8 projects total, only 4 arrived on time. We've waited a total of 1,430 days for Kanye albums (4 years). Thank you for blessing us,” another fan tweeted, “Pretty sure Jesus will return before this album sees the light of day.” LOL! (ALSO READ - Kim Kardashian Would 'Sink' Kanye West's Career; West Was Warned When He Began Dating The Hottest K Sister)
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