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Kanye West recently took to Twitter to disclose that the rapper, producer and fashion stylist is $53 million in debt.

West tweeted to Mark Zuckerberg, asking the Facebook founder to invest $1 billion into "Kanye West ideas," and also asked Google co-founder Larry Page for some help.

While those two billionaires left West in the cold, his fans have stepped up and launched a GoFundMe campaign to bail out the self-described "greatest living artist."

"We must open our hearts and wallets for Kanye today," the page says. "Sure he is personally rich and  can buy furs and houses for his family, but without our help, the true genius of Kanye West can't be realized."

So far, the campaign launched yesterday has received just over 191 donations and over $1,500.

But several commenters encouraged fund creator Jeremy Piatt to donate the money to a more worthy cause, while others raised doubts about the sincerity of the campaign.

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