Kanye West may be the self-proclaimed "greatest artist of all time," but it looks like he's allowing another celebrity to bask in his greatness.

After the "Famous" rapper announced the title of his next album, "Turbo Grafx 16," on Twitter, he went on yet another tweeting spree on Saturday. This one, however, was a much more positive rant, as he couldn't stop epically praising Will Ferrell for his talents, humor and reprised role as Jacobim Mugatu in "Zoolander 2."

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"I saw "Zoolander 2" for the 2nd time," West's series of tweets began. "Will Ferrell has reached walking living breathing god status!"

"His existence is a blessing," the 38-year-old father-of-two continued. "Perhaps it was seeing him play the same character from 15 years ago with 15 more years experience that showed how sharp and Bruce Lee status he is."

West was referring to the late mixed martial artist, filmmaker and action film star who was considered to be one of the most influential martial artists of all time. So, in Kanye talk, that means the Beyoncé of his craft.

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But West didn't stop his rant there -- he even gave thanks to Ferrell!

"I just want to thank Will Ferrell for the years of joy he has brought into my life with amazing comedy," another tweet read. "It is so inspiring. Thank you for existing!"