Kanye West has reportedly hit rock bottom. According to a recent twitter rant by West, he’s reportedly “$53 million in personal debt” and is looking to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerburg and Google co-founder Larry Page to invest in his cause.

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The only claim West has made to deserve this loan is he is the “greatest artist of all time” and he has huge plans for his Donda campaign. He tweeted a flow chart of his plans for his company Donda, that he started shortly after his mother’s passing.

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Although West is about to release one of his most highly anticipated albums to date, he’s still taking to Twitter (in true Kanye West fashion) to air out his personal problems. Shortly after his SNL performance this past weekend [February 13], West asked his fans to “Please pray [he] overcome…This is [his] true heart.”

Although The Life of Pablo is currently released on Tidal, JAY Z’s music streaming platform, and Kanye just released the third installment of his Yeezy Season collaboration with Adidas at the beautiful Madison Square Garden, it looks like he’s still in hot water. In a 2015 interview with BET, West confessed to incurring $16 million in debt from the fashion business. His claim? “I was trying to play a sport that’s a billionaire sport. It’s not a millionaire sport and I’m proud of the debt.”

Although in alleged debt, West has yet to accept the $10 million offer from vilified ex-pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli for his album The Life of Pablo.

As of right now there’s no word on a solution to West financial dilemma. His album has yet to be up for sale so hopefully it will fly off the shelves to and get West out of the red. Only time will tell if this will be just a bump in ;Ye’s illustrious creative career or beginning of the end.