Tweet-ness and light: 5 celebrity Twitter users
Surreal and full of bizarre observations, Kanye's Twitter page is so out there it's as if he's been up reading zen haikus all night before logging on to the web.
Still, not everyone is giving him love: on his own Twitter page rapper Lil B has vowed to commit unspeakable acts upon Kanye if they don't cut a tune together.
Described as 'ironic masterpieces' by a UK newspaper, 50 Cent's Twitter messages are compulsive reading.
In August for instance he told the world he had, 'er, "shaved his poodle" and encouraged 'ladies' to send him pictures of themselves in bra and panties.
For an insight into life in the Wino-verse her Twitter page is hard to beat. When her producer Mark Ronson told Jools Holland he deserved at least some of the credit for her Back To Black album, she took to Twitter to declare Ronson 'dead' to her.
Never one to be accused of concealing her light beneath a bushel, Lindsay Lohan tweeted a topless self-portrait last year. Curiously, it failed to spark a revival in her acting career.
There's a faint hint of menace behind the teen pop star's cherubic grin. He certainly showed a dark side when he put a phone number of a teenager with whom he'd had a disagreement on Twitter.
Believing the number to be Bieber's, fans -- millions of them -- rang and texted his adversary.