Alec Baldwin's notorious tweeting habit has tickled a many of his followers, but his recent tweets referring to his love for Kanye has raised a few eyebrows. Sunday night (and during the Emmys broadcast, which the "30 Rock" star had pulled out of), Baldwin displayed Kanye enthusiasm matching that of a rabid teenage fan, writing and cc'ing daughter Ireland in one says-it-all 140-character update: "I love that song NIGGAS IN PARIS!!! I love Kanye!! I love @IrelandBBaldwin most of all!!!"
Unsurprisingly, a few Tweeters found his comment unfavorable, causing Baldwin to quick-fire tweet the following shortly thereafter: "Anyone who thinks that quoting the title of that song is racist is a disgrace. To the human race."
But the Kanye fever doesn't stop there. Amidst questions about whether he'll return as Jack Donaghy to "30 Rock" after his contract ends this year and reported future political ambitions, Baldwin indicated a new career path altogether -- with the 'Ye in it, natch. "Kanye and I are doing a song called NIGGAS IN MONTAUK. My album is called MY BEAUTIFUL PALE TWISTED FANTASY."WATCH: