Kanye West Phone Phobia During ‘Runaway Love’ Track

By: John Lester - Staff Writer
Feb 9, 2021

Kanye West phone phobia during ‘Runaway Love’ track. Kanye West never uses phone and the phobia has led him to email and text-only communications. Justin Bieber talked recently about the rapper and about the new “Runaway Love” remix.

West and Bieber worked together on a remix of his track “Runaway Love,” which will be included on the pop star’s new “Never Say Never - The Remixes,” album. The 16-year-old singer insists the creative process was made harder because of the rapper’s phobia when it comes to the phone. He only communicates through email and text messages.

“It’s funny, because he doesn’t even use a phone, he just sends email. It’s so crazy. I’m like, ‘How can you not use a phone?,’” Bieber said in a statement. Despite his aversion to telephone chats, the pop star insists it was great working with West because he was such a talented and “nice” guy to be around.

“He reproduced the ‘Runaway.’ joint, and I’m really excited,” Bieber said. “It was amazing. He’s such a cool guy, and he’s just really laid back and just nice, and at the end of the day, he’s just a nice person.” Justin’s manager Scooter Braun also revealed the 16-year-old music sensation has been working with Kanye, 33, on several tracks which could make his next studio album.

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