Kanye can see the future, says Kanye

Apr 19, 2016 at 2:41 p.m. ET
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Just Kanye being Kanye.

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In a teaser clip for the final episode of this season of Kocktails with Khloé, Kanye West makes an appearance and says just the kinds of things we've all come to expect from the mouth of Kanye West.

Wearing a very regal (and ridiculous-looking) black coat covered with gold embellishments and sitting next to wifey Kim Kardashian, West opens himself up to questioning from Khloé Kardashian, the show's host.

"So where did you get your confidence from?" she asks. "You’ve called yourself Steve Jobs, you’ve said you’re like Jesus and Michelangelo…"

West interrupts with the first very Kanye thing he has to say: "Everyone’s like Jesus, though."

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After Khloé prompts him again to tell her where his confidence comes from, he answers, "I think just my grandfather, mostly, but my parents also, just not having a slave mentality. Because what holds people back is they don’t see themselves in a higher position."

OK, that's only a moderately Kanye thing to say, so far. Then he continues.

"It’s like if someone could see ghosts or something and no one believed them, that’s how I feel I can see the future," he says.

OK, OK. To be fair, we're taking it out of context a little bit. West isn't actually saying he can see the future. He says more, clarifying, "I can see a better future. I can see a better future for humanity. I can see walls that Robert Kardashian broke down, walls that you guys broke down and now walls that we’re at."

Now we're all on the same page, Kanye. Trying to see a better future for humanity is something we can all get behind.

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Check out the full clip from Wednesday's upcoming episode of Kocktails with Khloé below: