Kanye West reveals his iPhone password, gets mocked online
Kanye West and Donald Trump had an epic televised meeting at the Oval Office in White House on Thursday, which sparked a lot of chatter and criticism online.
Seated across from the president at his office, the musician delivered a rambling monologue and a burst of profanity that touched on social issues, hydrogen planes, mental health, endorsement deals, politics and so much more.
He even went far so far as to say, “You made a Superman cape for me,” and that Trump “stopped” the war in North Korea region.
Those items were addressed in a pre-lunch meeting, but Kanye launched into a speech and Trump let him go on as the cameras recorded it all.
Kanye spoke of alternative universes, a new plane that Trump should consider as his next Air Force One, his diagnosis of bipolar disorder, and living in a household dominated by females given his marriage to reality TV star Kim Kardashian.
During the meeting, West suddenly suggested Trump should be using “the iPlane 1,” a hydrogen-powered concept aircraft, and took out his iPhone to show it to the president.
The musician has taken fire from other celebrities for his support for Trump, particularly after his recent appearance on “Saturday Night Live” show but West has rejected the criticism.
“People expect that if you’re black you have to be Democrat,” he said. “What I need Saturday Night Live to improve on, what I need the liberals to improve on: if he don’t look good, we don’t look good,” Kanye said, gesturing at Trump.
Before they adjourned for lunch, Kanye stood up, walked over to Trump and gave him a bear hug. “I love this guy right here. Let me give this guy a hug,” he said. Trump said: “That’s really nice. That’s from the heart.”
However, the musician also ended up revealing his secret passcode to the entire world. And to everyone’s surprise it was an incredibly weak combination of 000000. Naturally, the netizens couldn’t resist but poke fun at him.
lmao Kanye’s iPhone password is 000000 pic.twitter.com/mEM5Tjq0po
— Del Slappo (@misterjamo) October 11, 2018
Remember when Kanye told the story of his cousin stealing his laptop and we all wondered how he got into it without the password
Now we know pic.twitter.com/4P2UDMpIVN
— Tyler Conway (@jtylerconway) October 11, 2018
Kanye’s iPhone password being all zeroes is a testament to his genius. I mean, would y’all have guessed all zeroes?
He’s got that inter-dimensional genius, y’all. Hiding in plain sight.
— Caleb Dume (@pfunk1130) October 11, 2018
Kanye West with that air-tight, maximum security passcode 🔐 pic.twitter.com/tA1ctKxxis
— IGZ (@igzrap) October 11, 2018
Let’s hope Donald Trump’s nuclear code isn’t as basic as Kanye’s 000000 passcode 🤔😂 pic.twitter.com/9hQ38xCMvN
— Filipe Orlando 🌏 (@MrFilipeOrlando) October 12, 2018
I always thought of Kanye as a password of “password” kind of guy. https://t.co/IxCu1SNpZO
— Molly Jong☠Fast (@MollyJongFast) October 11, 2018
Apple: Be sure to use a unique numerical password to keep your phone safe!
— Not Will Ferrell (@itsWillyFerrell) October 11, 2018
Me: Kanye’s password on his phone is 000000. I’m not kidding.
Mini Me: If he loses it, he can buy another easily.
Me: It’s not about the value of the phone. Think of all the contacts he has in it.
Mini Me: No one likes him tho. He probably has like… Lil Pump… pic.twitter.com/wycO785jnY
— April (@ReignOfApril) October 11, 2018
FUN FACT: Kanye West’s iPhone password is “000000”, while Trump’s remains “COVFEFE.”
— Tea Pain (@TeaPainUSA) October 11, 2018
My first thought when I saw Kanye’s iPhone passcode… pic.twitter.com/Ln0irDZdoq
— Amanda Palumbo (@amandapalumbo) October 11, 2018
I wish my life could be as uncomplicated as apparently Kanye’s phone passcode is
— Danielle (@danie_cliff) October 11, 2018
Kanye’s iPhone password is the equivalent of when we had Almunia in goal
— Paddy (@VieiraPaddy) October 11, 2018
— white Peter (@whitePeter9) October 11, 2018
Kim when she finally learned Kanye West’s passcode was 0000 pic.twitter.com/wJYUKuQTtX
— Anthony Domingo (@adomingo2) October 11, 2018