Last night saw Kanye West basically go off on one on Twitter, as we're all wont to do when we're stuck indoors for long periods of time with nothing to do.

The most likely cause of West's suspension came when he posted the private number of Randall, the Chief Content Officer and editor of Forbes, for all of his million-plus followers to see. Not only that, West also posted a video of himself urinating on his Grammy statue.

So, what kicked all of this off, you ask? In a nutshell, Kanye West is currently in a battle with record labels Sony and Universal over his contract. West spent the majority of his tweetstorm posting screenshots from his contract, as well as messages with his legal team, all while railing against oppressive contracts offered by major labels.

"90% of the record contracts on the planet are still on a royalty (sic) A standard record deal is a trap to NEVER have you recoup, and there’s all these hidden costs like the “distribution fees” many labels put in their contracts to make even more money off our work without even trying," West tweeted.

West also tweeted repeatedly that he wants Universal to sell him the masters to his albums, and that Universal have - according to him - refused to tell him how much they cost, as he believes he can afford to buy them. West then painstakingly posted every single page from his ten contracts with Universal, asking for lawyers to read them over.

On top of that, West also asked for retweets from Bono, Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, and others to help get coverage on his "battle" with the record labels.

So, did it work? Well, as mentioned, West's account was suspended until he deleted the offending tweet that posted private information about the editor of Forbes, but the rest of the stuff is all still there.

Another point to mention is that Kanye West has bipolar disorder, and it's quite possible that he was going through a manic episode when this happened. Either way, odds are that this isn't the last we've heard of this battle with the record labels.