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How Kanye West is Selling Bollywood to the West on Twitter

Looks like Kanye West’s profound thoughts on Twitter have been inspired from Bollywood movies. 

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American rapper Kanye West is quite open about life’s little things on Twitter. For instance, he tweets about how he is ‘nice’ at ping pong or how he is used to the heat of independent thoughts (whatever that means).

He does get emotional at times and tweets deep thoughts like, “I’m 40 years old and I’m just now becoming my parents child.”

We, however, noticed an interesting pattern on West’s Twitter account: He seems to be translating some of the most popular Bollywood dialogues and tweeting them out to his followers.

Here, check it out!

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Rockstar Meets Kanye West

How Kanye West is Selling Bollywood to the West on Twitter
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Inspired by Jab We Met’s Geet

How Kanye West is Selling Bollywood to the West on Twitter
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Imagine Violins and Leaves Blowing in the Wind

How Kanye West is Selling Bollywood to the West on Twitter
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Khaaaamooosh!

How Kanye West is Selling Bollywood to the West on Twitter
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Fearless Kanye

How Kanye West is Selling Bollywood to the West on Twitter
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The Return of Jab We Met

How Kanye West is Selling Bollywood to the West on Twitter
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And Finally...

How Kanye West is Selling Bollywood to the West on Twitter
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