Kanye West
Kanye West's Twitter posts are becoming inspiration for a number of jokesReuters

Who knew Kanye West and Twitter would make for such an odd combination? The rapper has been making headlines for a series of posts in which he has snapped out at everyone from Taylor Swift to ex-girlfriend Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa. Then he went on to post about his financial troubles claiming $53m (£36m) of debt and asking Mark Zuckerberg to invest in his ideas.

While following West's tweets are fun, reactions to them are just as enjoyable. Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn, posted an Instagram shot from the sets of their latest film Bad Moms in which they posed sober-faced with lighters for a "Kanye vigil" and hastagged it "prayingforKanye".

The Internet has jumped on the Kanye band wagon with a slew of jokes and memes revolving around the artist's most recent posts regarding his broke status.

Even the Philadelphia Police got into the act with a comic post of their own inviting West to join the force.

West's Twitter posts, while fodder for the funnies, has reportedly left his family embarrassed. Wife Kim Kardashian is said to have recently threatened to divorce him if he did not keep away from Twitter along with other social media sites and leave his public messaging to a social media expert.

On set and #prayingforkanye #BADMOMS #MilaKunis #kathrynhahn

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? #prayforkanye ? #Repost @masipopal ・・・ For those that don't know, Kanye is 53 million in debt ???

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Help a brother out #Kanye #weloveyoukanye #helpkanye #prayforkanye

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?? #PrayForKanye #Kanye

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