Twitter briefly freaked out on Monday when Kanye West was spotted at Occupy Wall Street's main residence at New York's Zuccotti Park, only to leave after twenty minutes or so. But not before serving as inspiration for some great jokes! Aside from wearing an outfit previously seen at the Sunday night Big Sean show, Okayafrica's video below shows West and pal Russell Simmons on the scene, with the latter acting like the Don King to his Muhammad Ali, speaking for him to the cameras while West just stared intensely. "Kanye's been a big supporter spiritually for this movement, and he's just here to stand with the people. He's not [into] the politics of it, he doesn't want to make a statement, [he] didn't want to do any media at all, actually," Simmons explained. With so many good protest songs—"Power," "Stronger"—why so serious, Yeezy? Are you nervous the protesters will steal your Rolex or make fun or your Givenchy shirt, or are you suddenly rethinking all that bragging on Watch The Throne?