In his latest round of inspired tweeting, Kanye West has announced that actor Will Ferrell has reached ‘walking living breathing god status’. The rapper’s praise for Ferrell came after he watched comedy sequel Zoolander 2 for the second time, in which Ferrell reprises his role as villain Jacobim Mugatu.

Kanye WestKanye West thinks Will Ferrell has reached ‘’god status’.

"Will Ferrell has reached walking living breathing god status," Kanye tweeted. "His existence is a blessing. Perhaps it was seeing him play the same character from 15 years ago with 15 more years experience. That showed how sharp and Bruce Lee status he is.”

“We all know Will Ferrell has always been the one!!! I just want to thank Will Ferrell for the years of joy he has brought into my life with amazing comedy. And also let's shout out to the art direction...candy on the screens! It is so inspiring. Thank you for existing!”

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Kayne’s declaration of love for Will Ferrell is less troubling than some of his more recent tweets, which have seen him speak about being in debt of $53 million and go on a tirade against rapper Wiz Khalifa after a simple misunderstanding.

The rapper’s twitter antics have attracted so much negative attention in recent weeks, that they're even said to be causing problems between him and wife Kim Kardashian. Recent reports stated that Kim has even suggested to her husband that he needed anger management.

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But Kim has now broken her silence on Kanye's twitter, with a post on her personal website. "LOVING My Husband. HATING That people don’t get that Kanye will stand up against the whole world for his creativity and art," Kim wrote.

"LISTENING TO ‘I Love Kanye.’ WEARING Yeezy Season 3 samples I took from the show. WANTING Everyone to be as honest as Kanye," she continued. "WATCHING Kanye shoot his new video. READING Kanye's tweets.” Kim then ended the post with a photo of a middle finger Kimoji to illustrate her ‘mood’.