Kanye West‘s Phone Passcode Proves He’s More Basic Than We Thought
Siri, activate brain cells.
In addition to all the wild ish Kanye West said during his meeting with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office Thursday, there was also the matter of his iPhone.
As NPR reports, Ye pulled out his phone for receipts to back up his "points." It was locked, meaning he had to unlock it. He did so in front of a room full of cameras, and they caught his password.
In a video from the event, it seems the rapper hit the "0" button several times to unlock the device. The "0" button, and no other digits.
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Twitter sleuths were quick to notice this sophisticated digital security:
Kanye with the expert 000000 passcode pic.twitter.com/blUMExjfnN— Kenny Ducey (@KennyDucey) October 11, 2018
Kanye. 'Ye. Yeezy.
Not only did Twitter put Yeezus' password on blast, users on the site also took time to launch into their best roast fest:
Literally the 2018 equivalent pic.twitter.com/xXHrzgWyBY— Kran Jack-o-Lantern (@kranman85) October 11, 2018
It all fell down, indeed.
🎶 tell me that ain't insecure— Kenny Ducey (@KennyDucey) October 11, 2018
One user also wondered if Trump's cybersecurity is similar. "Birds of a feather flock together," after all.
I wonder if Trump's nuclear code is 000000 as well— Nick Minieri (@nickdawg) October 11, 2018
Remember when 'Ye said his cousin swiped his laptop? Well, you making it too easy, bruh.
No wonder it was so easy for his cousin to blackmail him with his laptop— 80sBabyJones (@80sBabyJones) October 11, 2018
One user pointed out cybersecurity is nothing compared to Ye's perferred form of energy:
dragon energy— Astead (@AsteadWesley) October 11, 2018
This lady asked the important questions, though:
People can take their phones in the Oval Office?!?— Alessandra Asteriti (@AlessandraAster) October 11, 2018
Just in case y'all were wondering about the content his less-than-worthy security code protected:
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