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If you thought Kanye West would have air-tight security you couldn't be further from the truth. It's just a load of simple zeroes, easy as that.
So if you ever happen to come across the mobile device of the most controversial rapper around make sure you remember that little round number.
How do we know? Because he met up with US President Donald Trump today at the White House for lunch dedicated to talking about job opportunities for former prisoners.
And not only did he greet Trump with a big, affectionate cuddle, he also dubbed himself a 'crazy motherfucker'.
Of course he did.
He told reporters: "Trump is on his hero's journey right now. You might not have expected a crazy motherfucker like Kanye running up to support."
Then, instead of apologising for the expletive being broadcast on daytime TV, he added: "Put the beep on it, however you want to do it, five seconds delay." Something tells me he's done this before.
And what did Trump call his newest best pal back? A 'smart cookie'. Which is pretty underwhelming considering you've just branded yourself a crazy motherfucker.
When one of the reporters asked: "Is he a future presidential candidate," he answered: "Uhhh, could very well be. Could very well be."
We won't lie, Trump didn't sound too confident in his answer.
Then West went on to speak about his wife, Kim, and the rest of the Kardashian clan, saying: "You know, my dad and my mom separated, so I didn't have a lot of male energy in my home.
"And also, I'm married to a family that, you know - not a lot of male energy going on. It's beautiful though."
He broke into a nervous laugh and we just hope he's not referencing his bizarre new song again, you know the one where he says he'd 'smash' his four sister-in-laws.
With Kanye, or 'Ye' as he would prefer to be called, was former NFL player Jim Brown.
The trio spoke about prison reform and guns with Kanye saying: "The problem is illegal guns...Not legal guns. We have the right to bear arms.
"We kill each other more than police officers. And that's not saying that the police officers are not an issue...because they are in a position of power."
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