- Kanye West's relationship with the Kardashian family seems to be headed in the right direction after recent wrangles
- The rapper shared a message on Twitter on Tuesday, praising Kris Jenner's taste in music
- This came weeks after he claimed Kris and wife Kim were trying to lock him up in a mental institution
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Born again rapper Kanye West is starting to warm up to his mother-in-law Kris Jenner after their recent fallout.
The rapper worried fans with messages of a tainted relationship between him and the Kardashian family but it seems things are getting back on the right track.
Sharing a message on Twitter on Tuesday, August 11, Kanye praised Kris for her taste in music.
The Closed On Sunday hitmaker claimed Kris made the best music playlist and even shared a smiling emoticon to describe his joy.
"My mother-in-law, Kris Jenner, makes the best music playlist," he wrote.
This could only mean that Kanye was in the presence of the mother of six and most probably she was playing his best songs which would explain why he was over the moon.
This came just weeks after Kanye went on a bizarre social media rant claiming Kris and wife Kim Kardashian tried to lock him up in a mental institution.
He talked about how his wife's family was against him and fans were confused wondering what exactly he was on about.
In another tweet, he warned Kris not to play with him saying she and that 'calmye' (her boyfriend) were not allowed near his children.
He also added that: “Everybody knows the movie Get Out is about me”.
The 2017 horror movie, Get Out, portrays a black man who becomes trapped in a suburban nightmare as his white girlfriend and her family try to exploit him.
The father of four termed their actions as “white supremacists,” which was also depicted in the Get Out movie.
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