Here's What to Expect From the Kardashian/West Showdown on 'Family Feud'

Baby Chicago West

Baby Chicago West

West first mentioned that he's writing a book called Break the Simulation while interviewing his interior designer Axel Vervoordt for The Hollywood Reporter, and he said then that it would delve into various concepts of time.

On Tuesday morning, in the midst of a series of tweets, West announced that his Twitter storm was part of a book. No publisher or publicist will tell me what to put where or how many pages to write. "His people said, 'Steve, this is the most Kanye has ever smiled since we've been working for him.' Kanye smiled!" When I talked to him on the panel, he smiled.

Kanye had taken an 11-month hiatus from Twitter, but returned this week with widely-shared tweets he says are the result of "an innate need to be expressive".

Check out the Q&A below. Do what you feel not what you think. "You have to protect your ability to create at all cost". People dwell too much in the memories.

West was quick to acknowledge that he himself can be guilty of being too focused on ownership.

"Distraction is the enemy of vision", Kanye tweeted. "This is life. This is the greatest movie we will ever see", West added.

"The key is not to make it cheesy and highlight the positive aspects of their relationship".

"If you guys don't know, Kanye and I are the biggest fans of 'Family Feud, '" Kardashian said in a selfie video, with her smiling husband behind her. There's love stories. Pain happiness. The Kardashians were originally scheduled to compete against Paris Hilton's family on the show, but they ended up facing off against each other after the Hiltons backed out. Just being. We believe time is a man made construct.

- KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 18, 2018 too much emphasis is put on originality.

They should still try it just for a night, tbh. It can be used to document, but a lot of times it overtakes [people]. "Let's be less concerned with credit awards and external validation".