Kanye West joins Mark Zuckerberg in karaoke version of Backstreet Boys hit 'I Want It That Way'

After sparking controversy during his meeting with the President, West seems to be taking it light with other celebrities

                            Kanye West joins Mark Zuckerberg in karaoke version of Backstreet Boys hit 'I Want It That Way'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg joined rapper Kanye West to sing along with to the 1999 Backstreet Boys hit song, 'I Want It That Way'. West took to Twitter to post a picture of him and Zuckerberg grooving to the boy band's popular song as the two held their microphones during a karaoke session. In the picture, which West captioned "We sang Backstreet Boys I want it that way", the rapper can be seen closing his eyes while Zuckerberg appears in the corner with a mic. 

Fans were immediately excited to see the post. They began sending in their comments through gifs, most of which suggested the karaoke collaboration is probably the best thing on the internet right now. One fan commented, "You're the best singer I've ever heard in my life, please sing more on your songs, when you sang lord shine your light on me save me please, I burst into tears, it was so beautiful." Others said they wanted a full clip of the karaoke session. "Omfg. YESSSSSS WE NEED VIDEO OF THIS!"


The post came just a few hours after West's wife, Kim Kardashian, opened up about his controversial meeting with President Donald Trump. The 38-year-old reality star -- who was a supporter of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election -- discussed West's recent visit with Trump during an interview with Van Jones at Variety and Rolling Stone’s Criminal Justice Reform Summit on Wednesday.

She said: "I think it gets really misconstrued. He will always say he was friendly with him before, and he’s the same person and friendly with him now. I could also co-exist with someone and still have different political views."

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West's meeting with the President sparked controversy when the rapper indulged in a bizarre rant exclaiming kids should not attend school and something about liberals distracting black people by focusing on racism. The focus of the meeting shifted towards West's 10-minute rant at the White House. The meeting was criticized for the President's initiative to bring in a popular black musician, instead of an educated representative of the society, to speak about the community as a whole.