Kim Kardashian decided to honor her husband with a throwback that she thinks is cute.
A lot of people think that Kim is just brainwashed, because calling your wife your "hell" and your "jail" is ... not cute.
"Happy 10 year anniversary to Kanye’s 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' album," Kim gushed on Instagram in a post on Sunday.
"For those that don’t know the story behind 'Lost In The World'..." she teased.
Kim then revealed: "Kanye couldn’t come up with some of the lyrics."
"But then," Kim recalled, Kanye "realized he had them in a poem he had written me."
She explained that this was a poem "that was my birthday card he gave me for my 30th birthday."
"He took the poem he wrote me," Kim raved, "and made it the song."
"I keep everything!" Kim noted.
Among us lowly peasants, this would be called "hoarding." For the rich, it's called being sentimental.
"Swipe to see the card," Kim teased. This is where the outrage is coming from.
"You're my devil, you're my angel, you're my heaven, you're my hell, you're my now, you're my forever," the card reads.
Kanye's words continue: "You're my freedom, you're my jail, you're my lies, you're my truth, you're my war, you're my truce."
"You're my questions, you're my proof, you're my stressm and you're my masseuse," the card goes on.
Kanye signed the awkwardly written card with: "Love forever, Yeezy."
He also drew a sketch that is apparently meant to depict him and "Kimmy."
Here, he has depicted her "little hands," equipping her with Louboutin heels and a Birkin bag.
Obviously, Kim loves this card that he gave her for her 30th birthday.
But many of her fans and followers were nothing short of horrified.
To say that they found his description of Kim to be "insulting" is an understatement.
"Ummm he called you his hell and his jail?" one incredulous commenter asked.
"This isn't beautiful or romantic," observed another. "It was late, he wrote some weird insult sandwiches and it looks like a 2nd grader made it."
"Exactly," chimed in another fan. "This is not exactly cute."
But it wouldn't be a circus without some clowns, so naturally, some came to Kanye's defense.
"He meant that she means everything to him," declared a desperate Kanye apologist.
That same commenter continued: "When you truly love someone, you see their perfection in their imperfections."
Obviously, some commenters were less fixate on the poetry or lyrics and more focused upon the presentation.
This card does, as a number of them point out, look like the work of a very creative child and not of an adult man and self-proclaimed "genius."
However, the handwriting on the card may simply be a symptom.
As we know, Kanye has bipolar disorder. One of the disorder's symptoms is mania, which commonly causes erratic, sloppy writing and racing thoughts.
So poking fun at something beyond his control is unkind. Describe it for what it is, but don't give him a hard time.
There are many areas in which the things that Kanye says and does are under his control. As we roast him for choosing to be a bad person, let's focus on that and not on his handwriting.