10 Shocking Kanye West Tweets About Nordic Female Names

In light of the recent announcement that Kanye West will be naming his next album “Yandhi” after a village in India, it’s safe to say he has been busy. Recently on Twitter, he announced what could have been an offhand thought about Nordic female names and their meanings:

“I like the name Vibeke because I feel like when you turn into somebody else/you can vibe with them more easily”

-Kanye West (@kanyewest) September 18th 2018.

The meaning behind this tweet is pretty clear – these are just words from someone who enjoys being able to exist as another person for a time every now and then, but it also relates back to Yandhi, which has the same meaning.

This is just one tweet from Kanye West’s long list of thoughts about different topics – make sure to check out our other blog posts for more insight into this fascinating personality! We’re also excited to announce that we will soon be publishing a new book called “Kanye: A Life in Tweets”. Stay tuned and subscribe below to stay up-to-date on all things Yandhi!

The recent announcement that Kanye West would name his next album “YANHI” after a village in India is not surprising as he has been busy lately with tweets about Nordic female names and their meanings – it seems obvious that these are just words from someone who enjoys being able to exist as a public figure.

The recent announcement that Kanye West would name his next album “YANHI” after a village in India, which has the same meaning, is not surprising as he has been busy lately with tweets about Nordic female names and their meanings – it seems obvious these are just words from someone who enjoys being able to exist as a public figure.

*Kanye’s previous albums have all had an accompanying film or performance at some point so we’re expecting this one too! Stay tuned and subscribe below to stay up-to-date on all things Yandhi!”

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-Kanye West is making waves again with another round of tweets about Nordic female names and their meanings – it seems obvious these are just words from someone who enjoys being able to exist as a public figure. His previous albums have all had an accompanying film or performance at some point so we’re expecting this one too! Stay tuned and subscribe below to stay up-to-date on all things Yandhi!”

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“*The views expressed in this article do not reflect those of __University or any other institution, organization, company, or individual with whom he has been affiliated.”

Kanye West is making waves again with another round of tweets about Nordic female names. His previous albums have all had an accompanying film or performance at some point so we’re expecting this one too! Stay tuned and subscribe below to stay up-to-date on all things Yandhi!”

__West’s album will be released on November 23rd 2018._

**Title: “__”Description: Kanye West is continuing his streak of controversial statements by tweeting multiple times a day about the meaning behind various styles of women’ first names – including many from the Nordic region.__ Content: **

*In a series of tweets, Kanye West explained that “Nordic” is simply an adjective in the English language meaning cold but not as harsh as ‘Iceland.’ *West also noted that he saw the word on Twitter and was intrigued.*

*He tweeted “I’m saying @KimKardashian would have been called __ in Old Norse if she had lived back then.”* He went on to tweet about other names including #’Abigail,’ which means ‘father’s joy’: “She knew what it takes for her man to be happy (with me).”

Overview: In his essay-length discussion of female naming styles from various regions across Europe, West also takes the opportunity to note that his wife would have been called something in Old Norse had she lived back then.

*He also tweets about other names including ‘Abigail,’ which means “father’s joy.” He goes on to tweet about how Kim Kardashain is an abbreviation of Yngvi and Brithi, a couple who are considered part of Germanic mythology.* _*Kim Kardashian’s full name is actually__ __._

†_The rest of Kanye Wests’ Tweets include Finnish (Finnish for sexy), Norwegian (Norwegian for delicate) Albanian (Albanian word meaning beautiful or handsome) Icelandic (Icelandic for happy). Russian-sounding female names from various countries around Europe included Sweden (Swedish for lovely), Finland, and Denmark.

*He also tweeted about Kim Kardashian’s full name which is actually __._ *Kim Kardashian’s full name is actually _Yngvi_ and Brithi_(a couple who are considered part of Germanic mythology).

†The rest of Kanye Wests’ Tweets include Finnish (Finnish word meaning sexy) Norwegian-sounding names from various countries around Europe included Sweden, Finland, and Denmark.

Kanye West has a knack for making headlines as he often does on Twitter. This time it was not his music or clothes but rather what these tweets revealed about the rapper’s thoughts on Nordic female names! He takes to social media to offer his insights on Kim Kardashian’s full name, as well as the meaning of various Finnish and Norwegian-sounding names that are part of European countries.

*He also tweeted about Kim Kardashian’s full name which is actually _Yngvi_ and Brithi_(a couple who are considered part of Germanic mythology). The rest of Kanye Wests’ Tweets include Finnish (Finnish word meaning sexy) Norwegian-sounding names from various countries around Europe included Sweden, Finland, and Denmark.

*Kanye West has a knack for making headlines as he often does on Twitter. This time it was not his music or clothes but rather what these tweets revealed about the rapper’s thoughts on Nordic female names! He takes his own name and adds a -a to the end, making his full given name Kanye West-aa. Meanwhile he likes simple names such as Kourtney Kardashian’s short first name of Kourtney or Kim’Kardashian’s Norwegian sounding last name from her father’s side: Nori Goriainen

*It seems that Finnish is close enough in sound for him to have tweeted about it on at least two occasions. He also tweets “Nordic Female Names” because they are pretty unique! It turns out there was some recent research into how certain Nordic female names lead to success for women with those particular monikers which made headlines in early November 2018. A report by Forbes explored three different studies examining why people with Nordic female names are more successful. *The first study was conducted by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania who looked into how people evaluate a name and what they concluded is that “Nordic-sounding” names like Heidi, Sophie or Nadia lead to higher ratings than traditional American sounding ones such as Elizabeth, Margaret or Linda when it comes to competence and warmth. The second study examined whether employers would prefer job candidates with Scandinavian surnames over those with East Asian last names (which were perceived as being hardworking). They found that women with Swedish-sounding surnames were rated as significantly better potential employees for high status jobs in comparison to their counterparts bearing Chinese-sounding monikers. A further investigation by Nobel Prize winner Dr Angus De

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