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 week’s installment of Tweets Is Watching includes how Chance The Rapper met his wife and Lil Skies thanking his fans.
Chance The Rapper Shares How He Met His Wife
Storytime. A thread on how I met my wife. pic.twitter.com/Qi0DWRZF0r
— Chance Owbum 📅 (@chancetherapper) March 6, 2019
And now, they’re getting married.
Cardi B’s Weight Loss
5’3” 118 pounds
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) March 5, 2019
Cardi reveals how much she weighs after fans point out her slimmer look.
Lil Skies Is Grateful
No promo just me… i never thought ide make it this far honestly thought ide be dead or in jail rn… love to all my fans… this shit means the fucking world to me what would i do without yall fr?!—🦋 https://t.co/w3C0ae9XP2
— Skies🖤🦋🖤 (@LilSkies) March 6, 2019
Lil Skies sends gratitude to his fans.
This is why I write the raps I wrote brother!!!! Get paid G!!! That’s inspiration for me to drop another tape! https://t.co/j3sRiIz7vj
— Spitta (@CurrenSy_Spitta) March 5, 2019
Curren$y is a motivation for the people.
Future’s Unexpected Performance Date
EDC Japan 2019 pic.twitter.com/V60O1GTgMn
— FUTURE/FREEBANDZ (@1future) March 6, 2019
Future announces he’s part of a mostly EDM lineup for EDC’s Japan date.
Wiz Khalifa’s Humble Outlook
Don’t shit on people who sleep on couches. And shoutout to the homies who let the homie couch surf until they get they shit together.
— Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) March 8, 2019
Wiz is supportive of those on the come-up.