Everyone is going mad because they think they know Kanye West's iPhone password

Everyone is going mad because they think they know Kanye West's iPhone password

I'm not entirely sure what's been going on with Kanye West recently, but it's almost as if he woke up on January 1st and went, "Yeah, 2018 seems like the perfect year for me to absolutely trash my former reputation, alienate a good portion of my fanbase, and make friends with the most divisive president in history."

And - to be fair to the guy - if that is what he set out to do, he's smashing it so far.

In the past few months alone, he's made statements claiming that slavery was "a choice", gone on long, rambling Twitter rants that usually end up in him arguing with his celebrity friends, and appeared on SNL to deliver a bizarre message of support for the president.

Now, while in a meeting with Donald Trump, it appears that the rapper may have revealed his iPhone password to the entire world.

Yesterday, Ye - who, might I remind everyone, once said on live TV, "George Bush doesn't care about black people" - met with the president in order to discuss a plane that West believes Trump should be using. (Yeah, it's weird. Let's not get into it too much.)

While in front of a crowd of people, in full view of the press, Kanye unlocked his phone in order to show his new best bud a picture of the "iPlane 1", a concept design that was shelved in 2012. Instead of using his fingerprint or face recognition, however, the rapper played it old school and input his password.

And what might that be? His birthday? His and Kim Kardashian's anniversary?

Nope.

It's 000000.

And now we all know, thanks to this clip of the moment:

But that wasn't his only cringeworthy moment from the meeting.

At one point, the Stronger artist made reference to his MAGA hat (which he was wearing at the time), saying, "It was something about when I put this hat on … It made me feel like Superman. That’s my favorite superhero. And you made a Superman cape for me."

Then, he asked the president to pardon gang leader Larry Hoover because of, uh, alternate universes?

"So there’s a theory that – there’s infinite amounts of universe and there’s alternate universe so it’s very important for me to get [Larry] Hoover out, because in an alternate universe, I am him and I have to go and get him free," he said.

Oh, and he gave Trump a hug. And described him as a father figure. And said motherf***er in the oval office.

Calabasas, CA - *EXCLUSIVE* Kanye West leaves the studio wearing a ''Make America Great Again' hat following his recent Tweets on President Trump. Kanye has posted a selfie of himself wearing a Donald Trump “Make America Great Again” baseball cap on his Twitter feed - before revealing it is signed by the president himself. Following his selfie, the rapper then tweeted a close-up of the autographed cap on Twitter, where he wrote: 'My MAGA hat is signed,' alongside numerous fire emojis. West is an outspoken supporter of President Trump and earlier in the day tweeted: 'You don't have to agree with Trump but the mob can't make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don't agree with everything anyone does. That's what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.' The President responded to the rapper on Twitter saying: 'Thank you Kanye, very cool!' Pictured: Kanye West BACKGRID USA 25 APRIL 2018 BYLINE MUST READ: BAHE / BACKGRID USA: +1 310 798 9111 / usasales@backgrid.com UK: +44 208 344 2007 / uksales@backgrid.com *UK Clients - Pictures Containing Children Please Pixelate Face Prior To Publication* Credit: Getty

Anyway, in all likelihood, Ye has changed his password by now - but probably only to something like 123456. And, now we know the simplicity of one of his lock codes, I'm betting we could get into his Twitter pretty easily. Who's betting the password is Kanye123? Or MAGA000?

The musician has actually deactivated his social media accounts for now, but I'm sure they'll be back up in no time - and, when they are, we all know that tons of people are going to try to gain access to them.