Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, like most living things, didn't have a great time last year.
Kim had what she felt was a near-death experience when she was robbed in Paris, and Kanye had that nervous breakdown.
But before Kanye had his breakdown, he was acting mighty strangely.
He first announced his allegiance to Trump, and then, in a shocking turn of events, he slammed his former bestie, Jay Z, in some seriously bizarre rants during his Saint Pablo tour.
He even had the gall to go after the closest thing America has to a queen: Beyonce.
About Jay Z, he expressed some disappointment because he thought that Jay had chosen the politics of the music business over the creativity and art of it.
But he also got personal, crying out "I can't take this sh-t, bro!"
He said that his kids have never even played with Blue Ivy, and that Jay never checked up on him after Kim's robbery.
"Don't call me, after the robbery, and say 'How you feeling?'" he said. "You wanna know how I'm feeling?"
"Come by the house. Bring the kids by the house like we brothers."
As for Beyonce, he was upset with her because he'd heard that she'd told MTV that she wouldn't perform at the VMAs unless she won the Video of the Year award, an award that he was also nominated for.
"Now, don't go trying to diss Beyonce," he said. "She is great."
"... But sometimes we be playing the politics too much and forgetting who we are just to win."
He then took the opportunity to bring Jay Z back into things, because, wouldn't you know it, Jay never called him after the last rant.
"Jay Z, call me, bruh," he begged. "You still ain't called me. Jay Z, call me."
In a turn for the bizarre, he even said "Jay Z, I know you got killers, please don't send them at my head. Just call me. Talk to me like a man."
That last rant happened in November, just a couple of days before he was hospitalized.
And surprisingly enough, it looks like in the time since, Jay Z finally reached out to him.
Kanye and Kim were spotted arriving at Blue Ivy's fifth birthday party yesterday at the Carter residence -- so that's a good sign, right?
Oddly enough, though it was a child's birthday party, they didn't bring their own children.
There's a good chance that Kim doesn't feel comfortable enough going on public outings like this with her kids, but there's also a good chance that things between Kimye and Jay and Bey aren't completely back to good yet.
What a world, right?