Let’s talk about: Kanye West not considering, Gord Downie vs cancer, and Tommy Lee gets unfriended

The Knowledge Dropout Interviewed by Ellen DeGeneres, Kanye West explained he never ever has 2nd ideas about the items he posts to his Twitter account.

Or very first ideas, apparently. “What’s the point of considering?” West pondered.

Why, God, Why?In a 12 months when David Bowie, Prince, and Lemmy Kilmister have currently passed on, Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie has unveiled that he has terminal brain cancer.

And, creating 1 wonder what the hell God is performing up there, Ted Nugent is still using up valuable oxygen. Audiosaved As rumours swirl that the three instrument-enjoying members of Rage Against the Machine are forming a supergroup with Chuck D and Cypress Hill’s B-Genuine, we’re satisfied that, so far, Chris Cornell’s name hasn’t come up. Not Exactly a CrewMötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee informed Rolling Stone that his bandmates never even said goodbye to him following the group’s final-ever demonstrate on New Year’s Eve.

In a correct display of his affection, bassist Nikki Sixx did, nevertheless, unfollow him the next day on Twitter.

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