So, the things Kanye West makes are Gaudi-esque? Kanye West is like a world famous architect from the late 1800s whose works are still studied and revered? Huh. Good to know. I'm sure people will still be talking about Yeezus 130 years from now.
There's that humble attitude that West is known for. Now we all know that if North West's dad cranks out crap, it's his choice — because he can make perfection — he chooses not to. "Rip the jeans" must be slang for "Piss people off every time I open my mouth."
Now West thinks he's Walt Disney. Delusion is a slippery slope, isn't it folks? One minute you convince yourself you're like a world famous architect and then you're just a cocky declaration or two away from thinking you're Walt Disney. We used to stuff people in padded rooms for saying this kind of stuff. Kanye, when you have a couple of theme parks named after you and you've made thousands of movies, let us know.
OK, we hate to beat the same drum here, Kanye, but you didn't "coin the term 'emotionalism.'" It's been around for a while now. You can't go around claiming you invented words, unless you actually invented them. We'll give you "Yeezus," but "emotionalism" is taken. Sorry, dude.
When West tries to explain what he's talking about, we get more confused. His T-shirt manufacturing company is encountering the same problems Michael Jackson did? Huh? This is just getting weird.
It's not fair that West is crazy influential? What's not fair is that we have to be subjected to Yeezus' Kanye-isms because he's wormed his way into the spotlight. Remember, Kanye, just because you say it's so, doesn't make it so. (How many "Yeez" men has this guy surrounded himself with that have convinced him if he says something, it must be true?)
First, it's not about being black, and then it is. Then it's about "classism." West has a new card in his deck to play, called the "class" card, even though he and his fiancée, Kim Kardashian, have more combined wealth than some small countries (although we all know wealth can't buy you class — is that what he's talking about?).
Dramatic shifts in thought processes not withstanding, it appears that West is bitter that the mother of his child is not being considered for a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame because she's a reality TV star. He should realize the real reason Kardashian is not being given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is because all the other stars who have worked hard to earn a star would scratch their names out if she did.
Did you see what happened there? In one stream of consciousness, West told us that Kardashian is the most intriguing woman right now (Lord, is our country in trouble if that's true), he name-dropped Barbara Walters, and compared their popularity and fashion to the president and first lady. So far, West thinks he is Gaudi, Walt Disney and Michael Jackson and Barbara Walters is calling Kardashian every day. We want some of whatever West is drinking.
And there it is. The final piece of the puzzle falls into place, but not before West compares himself to William Shakespeare. (If you're wondering what that noise is, it's the sound of Will flopping around in his grave.) Before he wraps up, West reminds us that he's not perfect, which we already figured out by the number of contradictions and confusing quotes in this interview. Pass the Grey Goose.
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