I wonder if any of Kanye West’s friends ever sit him down for an intervention, or maybe just to give him some advice. If they do, I think the best piece of advice they could give him is, “Kanye, shut the f**k up.”
Once again, he has looked like a fool by expounding on his self-importance and how everyone just doesn’t understand that his actions were totally right.
“I walk through the hotel and I walk down the street, and people look at me like I’m f***king insane, like I’m Hitler. One day the light will shine through and one day people will understand everything I ever did.”
Comparing anything to Hitler is always a great idea, Kanye. Please, tell us more…how about speaking about your controversial music video for Monster, where you repeatedly show women dead in your bed, hanging from ropes, torn apart, ect?
“Who saw the video before it got banned, before they took it down and before women’s groups starting saying that a person that lost the most important woman in his life [mother Donda West] is now against women in some way?”
You know, speaking of his mother, I wonder what she would think of her son now? He is one of the most arrogant and inflated peacocks in the business, and I can’t image she would be especially proud.
It would be nice if he would just shut the hell up and appreciate the accomplishment of the (finally) released collaboration between himself and Jay-Z, which dropped this week. The track list is as follows:
1. No Church In the Wild (feat. Frank Ocean)
2. Lift Off (feat. Beyonce)
3. N*ggas In Paris
4. Otis (feat. Otis Redding)
5. Gotta Have it
6. New Day
7. That’s My Bitch
8. Welcome to the Jungle
9. Who’s Gon Stop Me
10. Murder to Excellence
11. Made In America (feat. Frank Ocean)
12. Why I Love You (feat. Mr. Hudson)
DELUXE BONUS TRACKS
1. Illest Motherf*cker Alive
4. The Joy (feat. Curtis Mayfield)
You can download it on iTunes. I find West so distasteful now that I didn’t even bother for the sake of review. I don’t want to support anything he does, just because he is a whiny man-child.