It's really weird to think that Kanye West can be in a loving relationship with someone, anyone, because as The New York Times article reveals, there's no one he seems to love more than himself. The rapper and self-proclaimed Michael Jordan of music held nothing back about his "awesomeness" in this jaw-dropping interview of epic proportions.
Just when you thought you couldn't dislike Kanye any more, he goes and says, "I am so credible and so influential and so relevant that I will change things."
By changing things, do you think he means diapers? Because after reading his narcissistic rants for the last half hour, I would be surprised to learn that Kanye would sully his perfect fingers with the feces of a less perfect human being.
How can someone so egotistical be a good father? Maybe being a dad will change Kanye for the better, though.
I gotta wonder what Kim thinks of this interview. Is she proud to be with someone so self-involved? Are they both so self-centered that they can't even see the other's self-centeredness? Maybe they really are a match made in heaven.
But he claims to actually care for her. He admits that the scene on Keeping Up in which he cleans out Kim's closet came from a "place of love." Adorable.
So what can we expect from Kanye in the near future? Oh, just world domination.
I think what Kanye West is going to mean is something similar to what Steve Jobs means. I am undoubtedly, you know, Steve of Internet, downtown, fashion, culture. Period. By a long jump. I honestly feel that because Steve has passed, you know, it’s like when Biggie passed and Jay-Z was allowed to become Jay-Z.
Oh, and he asks that you respect his trendsetting abilities, as well.
At this point, I'm sure Ray J. would like to interject.
What do you think of Kanye's ego?
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