Twitter: home of Lil B curses, the occasional Kanye West rant and where trigger fingers turn to … you know the rest. Over time, rap has made its presence known on Twitter while providing artists with a platform to directly connect with countless fans now at 280 characters at a time. Our favorite artists, entertainers, and influencers use the site as an outlet to vent without a filter, as well as to promote their latest work. With 330 million monthly active users to interact with, feeds can sometimes get overwhelming, which is why HipHopDX curates a list of the week’s best and most memorable tweets from the Hip Hop world.

This installment of Tweets Is Watching includes the TDE president comparing Cardi B to Tupac, and Chief Keef encouraging Kendall Jenner’s rap career.

TDE’s Punch Calls Cardi B Tupac

The president of TDE compares Cardi B to Tupac, explaining the similarity is in her passion and delivery. Naturally, Punch’s statement received a lot of backlash, leading him to elaborate in an editorial on DJBooth.

Chance The Rapper To Speak At University Commencement

Chance has been called in to speak at Dillard University’s commencement in New Orleans this May.

Chief Keef Encourages Kendall Jenner To Start Rapping

Kendall, who recently made an appearance in Chris Brown and Lil Dicky’s “Freaky Friday,” has a fan in Sosa. Mike WiLL Made-It cosigns his sentiment.

6ix9ine Implies He’s In Jail

Although reports this week stated that Tekashi hasn’t been imprisoned, this cryptic message was tweeted from the rapper’s account.

Eminem Takes Over His Own Twitter

Em has been vocal about his detachment from technology, rapping “No disrespect to technology, but what the heck is all of these buttons?” on “So Far” off his 2013 The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

Chrissy Teigen Responds to Cardi B Lyrics

Cardi expressed her desire to have a threesome with Chrissy Teigen and Rihanna on “She Bad” off Invasion Of Privacy. Teigen hasn’t accepted or denied the invitation.

Tyler The Creator Shares Freestyle

The Odd Future founder uploaded a freestyle to Drake and Trouble’s 2017 “Bring It Back” track.