Kanye West: Buying an expensive jacket is like ‘getting a prostitute pregnant’


Here are some photos of Kanye West arriving at LAX on Friday. He flew home a day after Kim Kardashian arrived in LA with North West. Kim picked him up from the airport too. Kanye looks suspiciously happy to see the paps upon his arrival, right? Usually, the paps would have gotten a million photos of a grumpy-looking Kanye trying to hide his face. I wonder what this is about? No idea. One paparazzo did ask Kanye about Pres. Obama’s recent remark that in fact he does not have Kanye’s home number and no, Obama has never called ‘Ye at home. Kanye rejects that presidential noise, y’all. Kanye told TMZ that yes, Obama has called him home. Meanwhile, before Kanye left Paris, he did a rather epic interview with Clique TV. Some highlights:

Kanye on his designs: “I know I’m going to change how difficult it is for people to get dressed…I don’t want to sell anything that I’m not extremely knowledgeable about…I just don’t rush products based off my name. The product has to be something that I can stand behind. The product has to be a contribution to society.”

Expensive mistakes: “When I was young, I was really scared to walk into luxury stores, too. It’s very non-inviting and it’s very expensive. Like, f–k if you’re not knowledgeable you can make a very expensive mistake—an extremely, like, it’s bordering on getting a prostitute pregnant or something like that. An expensive mistake like that when you buy a jacket.”

Racism: “It’s like a bouncing ball in a room of two cats or something. When you don’t feel like playing with the cat, you throw this bouncing ball and let them literally fight over the bouncing ball. And the bouncing ball has nothing, no purpose, other than it bounces. That’s racism.”

Classism: “It’s difficult for black people right now. It does hurt when we hear that [the n-word]. Because we’re still in a generation that remembers when racism was a big thing that held people back. And now it’s more classism, it’s more social, it’s like where your class is and where your financial standing is that can hold you back. Because obviously there are some black people that have broken the concept of race, like Obama or Jay Z. [Racism] is something that was used to hold people back in the past, but now it has been so many leaps and breaking of the rules, that it’s like played out like a style from the 1800s or something.”

Education is everything: “Education is the power. I think in schools, moving forward, beauty needs to be understood…of course we can learn about Picasso but we also need to learn about proportions. Proportions are the luxury…proportions are so important that in ancient times they would hide information of proportion and now it’s happening again. If you picture a Gucci jacket right now—just a guy’s Gucci jacket, it doesn’t have proper proportions in my opinion.”

Is he ever tired of being a celebrity? “Nope, not anymore. I’m very happy to be famous. It’s a tool that you can use to message as you want to take the power into your own hands. As far as my narrative, they can write whatever they want to write…I don’t care about what anyone in fashion has a say about what I want to do. I’m here in fashion to learn sensibility…I want to create something comparable to what Walt Disney did and then mix it with what Henry Ford did and mix it with what Howard Hughes did.”

[From People & E! News]

You can see the video of the interview here. It was conducted by a Frenchman who genuinely seemed to like Kanye, which I think is one of the secrets to getting a good/interesting interview out of Kanye. If you sit down with him and try to understand the root of what he’s saying, he actually doesn’t seem as crazy as some people believe. I mean, is he an egomaniac? For sure. Does he say stupid stuff? Of course. But I do feel like he’s trying… sometimes. Probably because he’s The New Henry Ford/Walt Disney/Steve Jobs/Howard Hughes.


Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. Easi says:

    He did get a prostitute pregnant. Boo-YA!

    • Bellaboo says:


    • dr mantis toboggan says:

      A prostitute who was married to someone else at the time. I think I’d rather the ugly jacket

    • Amy says:

      And it is turning out to be a very expensive mistake, lol.

    • Judyk says:

      Perfection. :)

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      And he compares bringing a child into that world with buying the wrong jacket…

      • Nicolette says:

        Isn’t it amazing? I’m sure that’s just one of the endless stupid comments from this twit that will someday make North so proud that he’s her daddy. What an analogy. He and Kim truly are made for each other.

    • maeliz says:

      He’s now trying 500 times a day to get the prostitute he dresses in the wrong, , ugly, expensive clothes pregnant

    • StormsMama says:


      Boo yah! Indeed! Perfection!!!! Hahahahahhahahahaha

    • vava says:

      LOL…………perfect response.

      Can this guy get much more disgusting? Honestly, what comes out of his mouth is just…..sewage.

    • Carolina says:

      How is Kim a prostitute? Some of you here are just so rude if someone said that on someone else’s thread you would all jump in defending them because it’s slut shaming but because it’s Kim and you don’t like her it’s okay. And I know I saw some of you here agreeing with this comment on the Amal Clooney thread agreeing with Goodnamesalltaken when she said she was ashamed to be a women because of the mean comments yet you’re all here making disgusting comments saying she’s a prostitute or that she looks like a stuffed sausage or the one below who said that Kim probably just looks at Kanye with a blank stare agrees with him and then spreads her legs. Bunch of hypocrites.

      • Gabriella says:

        Exactly. As tina fey so eloquently said in Mean Girls, “you have got to stop calling each other sluts and whores because that just makes guys think it’s okay to call you sluts and whores.”

      • Hannah says:

        Oh please. Amal is educated. Kim is uneducated and obsessed with her looks. She does nothing good for women, in fact she holds us back by reinforcing the idea that looks are all a woman is good for. That is all she is good for and all she tries to be good for. All she does is sell sex and her naked body, that’s how she got famous in the first place. How is that so different from a prostitute, they are both selling sex left right and centre. Just because she is making more money, doesn’t mean it’s ok. She’s a porn star that hasn’t aspired to be anything else. She asks for scandal and negative attention because she would be nothing without it. With her reputation and upbringing, she could have gotten an Ivy league education but this is the route she chose instead. It’s pathetic and no one should look up to that. Maybe it’s wrong to call her names but really, especially young people need to realize she is not something to look up to/ be proud of.

      • malina says:

        Very true

      • Easi says:

        Prostitue was his word.

      • littlestar says:

        There have been rumours from the very beginning of Kim’s “fame” that she used to prostitute herself out when she was much younger.

      • Carolina says:

        @Hannah name calling women for making choices you don’t agree with is also bringing us down. And what does being uneducated have to do with anything. Having a degree doesn’t make you better than someone who doesn’t. Kim isn’t the only celebrity who sales sex yet I don’t see people here calling them prostitutes.

      • Imo says:

        I’m taking my hat off to you today. As I read the comments I shook my head in disbelief. Then I got to your comment and my faith in womanhood/humanity was restored. Sometimes pulling away from the pack makes you vulnerable for attack but I am in agreement with you 100%. True class is revealed when you are kind to those who deserve it the least not the most.kim is ridiculous and courts attention whether negative or positive but to call her a prostitute?

    • Anonymous says:

      Trashing women whose lifestyles/personalities you don’t like by calling them prostitutes takes us all back several decades. I agree his analogy is wrong but that’s not a reason to trash his wife.

      • Cléo says:

        On one hand, I agree with you. On the other hand, one could argue that there’s nothing insulting about being a prostitute. If you want to trade sex for money and it’s your choice,fine. Kanye is the one implying it’s insulting here. Except that his wife married him for access to designers clothes, expensive jewelry and upgraded celebrity status. Once again, her life, her body, her choices but it’s the same old story where struggling sex workers are constantly treated like sh*t when women who made a career of marrying rich are pictured in magazines, even if they’re not that different.

    • Dhavynia says:

      And I’m sorry to say but to compare himself with who he mentions, only the Obamas have class. Money doesn’t necessarily give you class, you can BUY it and claim you on that same level but it takes more than money.
      For someone who thinks education is everything he sure showed us his standards by marrying a Kardashian
      He’s happy to be famous for the same reason his wife is-money

    • Mispronounced Name Dropper says:

      So most of you think women who exchange sex for financial gain aren’t worthy of respect?

    • Pandy says:

      I was coming on to say the same thing LOLLLLL.

  2. mimif says:

    …or something.

    • Shambles says:

      Kanye’s metaphors are like throwing a bouncing ball into a room with two prostitutes who are playing with cats in expensive jackets… Or something

      • Mzizkrizten says:

        I think kanye’s thoughts are like several bouncy balls let loose inside his skull just a’bouncin and careening uselessly in the void.

      • Judyk says:

        OMG, I literally choked on my morning coffee! That was GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!

      • AntiSocialButterfly says:

        I read his quotes, and ….the stupid, it burns!

      • Miffy says:

        I mean… I just… it’s like… Wow.

        I’m actually completely awestruck at this man and his quotes. He’s just so stunningly too aware and unaware all at once that I’ve actually come to admire it. I really never thought he was going to top his Steve Jobs/Walt Disney comparisons but that cat vs. ball thing? Amazing. Just amazing!

        Golf clap for Yeezus and his word puking f*ckery. Brava! Shine on, you crazy pompous diamond!

      • MacScore says:

        Shambles, perfect. Makes more sense than Kanye.

    • Kiddo says:

      I just figured out that Kanye is either a spambot, or one of those sketchy internet sites that attempts to include a universal catch-all listing of search terms, in order to get you to click:

      Prostitutes like jackets pregnant bowls $4000 West beauty needs sensibility Walt Disney

    • alicegrey12 says:

      What a big Idiot. Please Kanye don’t talk, everything that comes out of your mouth is utter nonsense.

  3. Mzizkrizten says:

    It’s hurtful to hear the n-word? Unless hes the one saying it I suppose.

  4. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    He’s so incoherent. I think I know what he’s saying about proportions being central to luxury, the Golden Mean, wasn’t it? Is that what he’s talking about? So there’s some truth and even knowledge behind the babbling, but who has the energy to decipher it? He just gets on my nerves. Learn to express yourself or shut up.

    • It is what it is says:

      +100 I don’t know if it’s incoherency or being extremely out of touch or both. Disney worked himself up from a really poor background where he didn’t have shoes sometimes, drove ambulances in a World War, nearly went broke dozens of times trying to get his studio going….good luck Kanye even trying to be like a part of that man.

      • LAK says:

        When he compares himself to Disney/hughes/jobs etc, he is using the final iconic, successful product level comparison. Meaning, the fact that these people often struggled with ideas, experimented many, many times, we’re willing to go broke for their ideas and not necessarily looking at their ideas as iconic, has completely escaped him. He is only looking at where they were at the end. Celebrated, lauded, iconic.

        It’s why he has problems with fashion. He thinks he should be accepted and celebrated at iconic product level of those guys without having to put in the years of struggle and experimentation.

        It’s actually disappointing because when he first went to Paris and was willing to intern at various fashion houses, I really thought he’d learn something.

        Going by his output, he didn’t learn a thing, and considering how he dresses Kim, he can’t style either.

        It’s also very telling that he is obsessed and repeatedly name checks luxury labels. If he truly loved design, he’d do it properly not this bravado bragging about leather jeggings made by Gucci (or which ever luxury brand he wishes to be a part of)

    • Judyk says:

      Thanks. You saved me the trouble of posting about his mumbo-jumbo nonsense. I read that and thought, “huh?”.

    • Tate says:

      I don’t waste my time trying to read his crazy anymore. I just come here for the entertaining comments.

    • Kiddo says:

      All I know is, his old-lady-support-body-hose-bulletproof-jacket line needs more beige booty shorts.

  5. NewWester says:

    I would love to see Kayne and Karl Lagerfield have a discussion about fashion. The quotes that would come out of that discussion would be priceless! Imagine if Karl critiqued Kim’s fashion sense?

  6. Aurore says:

    “Because obviously there are some black people that have broken the concept of race, like Obama or Jay Z” I’m confused by that statement, how has Jay-Z broken the concept of race? Does he mean because he became a successful businessman?

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      That was odd. I can see Obama, though I don’t agree that now everything is great regarding race relations – far from it – but what did Jay-Z do to end racism? Oh, why am I even trying.

      • Michelle says:

        I think Kanye, in his warped and twisted views on everything, sees success as breaking a racial barrier. In a way, it kind of is. I think when he mentions Jay-Z, he means that Jay-Z has helped racism and broken the concept of race because Jay associates with all kinds of people and has managed through his success to put himself in a circle of people that he otherwise wouldn’t have been accepted in.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Thanks, Michelle. You can be my interpreter from now on.

  7. tifzlan says:

    His thoughts on racism are so ?????? like, racism and classism are INTERTWINED!!!!!!! I can’t believe that for all the pondering and thinking he does, he hasn’t realized this yet. Where did it all go wrong with you, Kanye?

  8. Lilacflowers says:

    So schools should teach the proper proportions for a Gucci jacket? As opposed to what: chemistry? English grammar? Trigonometry? History?

    • Dawn says:

      Well in his case it doesn’t seem like he was taught anything at all. But then again he is proud to say he doesn’t read so there you have it. What a foolish little man with way too much power to get his insanity out to the public. I just can’t stand him.

  9. LaurenLauren says:

    Idiot. He sounds dumb and incoherent and his “fashion” line is ugly as sin.

  10. FlowerintheAttic says:

    he bought a really expensive jacket then.

  11. Vampi says:

    My cats like to play with the milk ring things, Kanye.
    /got nothin

  12. GingerCrunch says:

    Class…all the way.

  13. LaurieH says:

    Kanye’s interviews should come with an interpreter. I have no earthly idea what he’s banging on about.

  14. Amy says:

    He wasn’t kidding with the college drop out album titles.

    I understand colleges are ridiculously expensive now and the simple goal of being around all new people and learning all new things is no longer attainable for most but damn if that institution doesn’t help you with understanding the philosophical world Kanye struggles to explain. Poor guy has ‘some’ idea of what he wants to say but much of it is hidden under his own bias and ignorance that it comes out all warbled.

    Obama broke race, what?

    Poor Kanye should hang out with Jaden Smith, they’re on the same intellectual level.

  15. Miss M says:

    He believes his own hype. Too bad he cannot impregnate himself…

  16. lisa2 says:

    He is out of touch with the real world. He lives in a fantasy land and is spouting off crap. He sounds like the Smith Kids.. If he had to struggle again or was actually around people that are struggling then maybe his vision of the world would be more realistic. I think that is one of the reasons his music is not as good as it use to be.

    I have never been a fan of his.. I don’t understand how someone that dresses the way he does in basically the same outfit all the time (oversized hoodie, pants, and the same type of shoes) and of course he has that same shirt sticking out beneath.

    He is considered fashionable. HOW? HOW?

    • Michelle says:

      “He is considered fashionable.”

      I really don’t think he is considered fashionable. I think these 2 are just so famous at this point that they can do whatever they want. It doesn’t matter that they’re trash; if they’re all the rage, everyone around them is going to want in on it. This even includes couture fashion, apparently. Kim has a net worth of $65 million, Kanye’s net worth is $130 million. Money talks in the fashion world. Not only are they ridiculously famous, they’ve also got a huge bankroll. Anna Wintour put them on the cover of Vogue and then went on to refer to them as “not deeply tasteful” and showed how tongue in cheek she was being by giving them the Vogue cover. The issue sold tons of copies because it was controversial. The fashion world is entertaining them because it is a controversial thing to do and it gets all of these brands an enormous amount of exposure. I’m not sure if Kim and Kanye have cheapened the fashion world or just exposed how cheap it already is.

      • swack says:

        Their Vogue cover didn’t selll “tons” of copies. It did not sell what was projected or what “sources” say it sold.

  17. kri says:

    We are way past paging Dr.Freud with this statement.

  18. vauvert says:

    I think he seriously has a mental health problem and needs help. Being this inarticulate and incoherent is beyond regular celebrity stupid and uneducated, it has reached epic proportions. Maybe it is booze and drugs, maybe he was dropped on his head, maybe it is some sort of illness, but there is no way a normal, semi intelligent person can come up with this word salad on a daily basis unless there are some serious issues. Think about it – if this was not a celebrity we all more or less just look at as a source of amusement, if someone “regular” we knew would express himself like this, wouldn’t we stage an intervention? Take him to a doctor?

    • word says:

      This “mental illness” will be Kim’s way out of the marriage. Just watch.

      • NGBoston says:

        Interesting theory. I think when Kim discovers he is bi-sexual and catches him mid-fellatio with RT, even that may be more than she can handle.

        Then again, great story line for KUWTK=another damn season of this asinine show=more millions for the Empire.


    • Nerdmomma says:

      I agree with you 100%. This kind of thing is concerning, and someone in his life needs to help him.

  19. LaurieH says:

    I want Kanye’s life where the biggest thing I have worry about is that Gucci jackets aren’t properly proportioned.

  20. ToodySezHey says:

    I tried reading all the snippets, but I couldn’t deal with all the stupid assaulting my brain.

    My eyes rolled complete out of my head when he said black people can remember when racism was a big thing.


  21. The Original G says:

    Good Lord. I get what he’s saying. And, I agree with him. WTF.

  22. JEM says:

    That is all.
    I feel better now.

  23. imjustme says:

    So Kanye thinks the schools should do a better job educating children on how to properly proportion a man’s Gucci coat? That was my takeaway. Also, this coming from a man wearing an oversized hoodie? Can’t figure out why he believes he is the voice of fashion.

    • Michelle says:

      An oversized hoodie with holes in it. Can’t forget the holes. Kanye’s latest obsession appears to be clothing that looks like it went through a blender. I think it is hilarious that while the rest of society is talking about getting away from placing such an emphasis on appearances, here we have this dumb ass talking about how beauty needs to be taught in school. Because you know, there is nothing more lacking in our lives than the fact that our youth can’t tell how to proportion a Gucci jacket. Every single time he opens his mouth he only proves more and more that he does not get it. If he was really interested in art or fashion he wouldn’t be a serial namedropper, and if he really understood what art was, he would know the most basic rule of all which is that beauty (and art) is in the eye of the beholder; what one person thinks is gorgeous and striking, another might revolt. Kanye is basically saying all people should be taught one thing is beautiful. He is a moron.

  24. BengalCat2000 says:

    This guy knows nothing about fashion or cat behavior or basic sentence structure. His next breakdown will be epic.

  25. Moana says:

    Well, Mr. Expensive Jacket, what’s your next metaphor? Idiot.

  26. maeliz says:

    This guy dresses like a homeless man. Wearing the same baggy, dirty looking clothes isn’t fashion. Who would listen or care about what he says about fashion, especially when he wears the same things every day

  27. The Original Mia says:

    Didn’t read the article. The title alone is repulsive. If that’s how he sees things, I can’t imagine what he says to Kim & North in private. It’s always about labels and name-dropping this and that. So much pretentiousness it’s nauseating.

    • briargal says:

      Glad you didn’t waste your time like I did trying to read and understand the gibberish that spews out of his mouth. Wish I hadn’t! What the hell is he trying to say?

  28. word says:

    His trial is coming up. He’s trying to look as if he likes the paps and would never intentionally hurt one. Also, I think I believe the President. Kim and Kanye are both delusional.

    LOL he wants to teach people about “proportions” in school? He should start with his wife !

  29. MrsBPitt says:

    I think Kanye is saying that fashion could literally stop war, stop racism, etc. If only John Lennon had written these words…..then all the world would be as one,,,

    Imagine, there’s no Walmart
    no JC Penney’s, too
    no Target to buy clothes in
    no Malls for us to go to

    Imagine, all the people
    dressed, fashionabllllllllyyyy
    woohoo ooo

    • Michelle says:

      LOL this is great. Thanks for the laugh. Kanye is batshit crazy. I wish the fashion world would just straight up tell him “we don’t want you” so he could stop his pitiful campaign in an attempt to prove what a fashion genius he is. My personal favorite was when he began hysterically crying during an interview while talking about fashion professor Louise Wilson. This dude literally goes from laughing to being angry to crying in a matter of seconds. He is nuts, and Kim is living, breathing proof that Kanye belongs far, far away from clothing.

  30. kanyekardashian says:

    I can’t even mad at this moron anymore, because he’s so clearly mentally ill. It’s just sad that he doesn’t have one single person in his life who cares enough – and isn’t afraid of him – to just sit him down and say, ‘Look, shmuck, you need serious help’. He needs to be knocked off that high horse – WITH MEDS.

    • H says:

      I think the only person who could keep Kanye in check was his mother and now that she’s dead, his mental illness and narcissism is allowed to roam free. Sad.

      • Dawn says:

        I can’t agree about this mother stuff. It was she who gave him this big head. She also thought that she knew better than the Doctors who would not give her plastic surgery and so went to Brazil and it killed her. The only person who can tell him jack is Jay and I am not sure Jay wants to be in the babysitting department. And I think Bey can see how crazy he is and just wants to run from him.

      • Renee says:

        I don’t believe that Kanye’s mother went to Brazil. It was a doctor in the US who treated her. You might be confusing her with Usher’s ex-wife Tameka who went to Brazil and went into cardiac arrest and almost died in surgery…he (Usher) didn’t even know that she was gone.

  31. Michelle says:

    Kanye has messed up ideas about nearly everything, which becomes very evident every single time he opens his mouth. Everyone wants to make him out to be this misunderstood genius, but he is really just an incredibly insecure and immature person who tries to overcompensate by being brash, loud, and obnoxious. Kanye is like the person we all know who wants to pontificate 24/7 but makes absolutely no sense except to those who just assume that he is deeper than all us plebeians are able to understand, so they try to decipher what he said by reading between the lines. There is no point in trying to make sense of anything he says because it just doesn’t make any sense. This dude talks just to talk.

    • RockytopNC says:

      Finally someone who see’s though all his posturing and nonsense and see what he really is ….
      a blow.hard idiot…

  32. Size Does Matter says:

    The first thing that comes to mind when I think Kardashian is proportion.


  33. zut alors! says:

    How does Kanye expect anyone to take him seriously about proportions when he dresses his wife the way he does? Her PFW appearances showed a total and utter lack of the very concept he accuses Gucci of not having.

  34. RockytopNC says:

    In my best FogHorn Leghorn imitation ” If that man’s brain size equaled his bank account he would be broker then Humpty Dumpty after he fill of that wall ! “

  35. Here2Opine says:

    He really is insane.

  36. EC says:

    Love him or hate him, Kanye is never boring. And I always defend him because he is so much more interesting than 95% of the people we read about or talk about. Any time he speaks, he gives us so much to think about, so much to rage about (or rally behind). He isn’t perfect but that isn’t the point. It’s easy to jump on him because he can be hypocritical, and that’s fine. He doesn’t mind. As long as you are talking about him, Kanye is happy – I partially think this is why he and Kim get on so well (for now). I’ll read a Kanye interview before anyone else’s because he is going to SAY SOMETHING, whether or not you agree with it.

    As for this interview: I completely agree when he says “education is the power”. He is right it – it is. I hope he remembers that when he raises his daughter. Send her to school, teach her the value of education, allow her to think for herself, like he does.

    Also, I love that he is embracing his celebrity. When he was getting angry at it, when he was fighting the photographers, it drive us crazy because it was so easy to see that he really does love the celebrity and he has so many feelings he wants to get out. I think Kanye is probably one of the most emotional guys, ever. So many feelings. He seems lighter now, less angry because he is embracing his fame. It’s better for him. I can’t wait for his album – I think it will be really good.

    It’s so easy to parse his interviews, but I maintain that there are elements of truth to everything he says. Sure he goes off the rails and rambles on and confuses us, but at a basic level I think he has really solid ideas which are easy to get behind.

    • vauvert says:

      Maybe he makes for interesting reading in the sense of providing entertainment but I cannot see any ounce of wit or rationale in what he puts forth. I said it above and I maintain that his inarticulate ramblings sound like the confused speech of a person suffering from a mental illness and not getting treated.

      Someone who has not been able to complete his own education, married into a family who schools young women at home – and we have seen the result of that education (“I don’t read so good” from a teleprompter Kylie or the other Jenner girl, honestly they are all so interchangeable)… why do you place any value on his incoherent word salad? Who is he to talk about the value of equation when he is incapable of acquiring any? And who is he to discuss what education should or not include – the proportions of a Gucci jacket?

      For the love of God and all that’s holy, proportions are not what the man is capable of seeing or is he blind to the clothing two sizes too small, too short and too tight that his wife is wearing? Or the uncomfortable, ugly, dreary mortuary clothes they dress that poor child in, her hair pulled straight and tight across her scalp, her poor little feet in combat boots or Doc Martens instead of soft comfy Pedipeds… netting and fur and leather instead of soft cotton leggins… yet for some reason none of the fashion media is actually calling out that the emperor is naked, and his wife too, and it’s time for the circus to be over.

      I like reading good gossip and laughing at the antics of celebrities as much as anyone but I am getting the feeling we are heading for a Brittney Spears meltdown here except I doubt Kanye has anyone to save him the way Brit was saved by her family’s prompt intervention. In fact it probably behooves the KKK to let him crash and burn – it will make divorce and the following financial gain that much easier for them.

  37. Ennie says:

    Well, he dressesand styles his wife like a prostitue, he likes his women to look that way. She is no better, tho. Well, her whole family is no better, from the oldest to the youngest.
    How can he spew this nonsense. He is part of the wh*riest family in HW.

  38. Pegasus says:

    It’s only funny until this unhinged loose cannon hurts someone.

  39. Umila says:

    I think it is ridiculous for anyone to defend him. How is throwing down the ‘n’ word, which he does, any worse than making analogies about prostitution? Both have long histories with overlap. Whatever, Kanye. Imma let you finish.

  40. **sighs** says:

    Kanye hears things about learned topics and probably doesn’t understand them, but then tries to pontificate on them and it only comes out as jumbled word salad. He thinks if he talks weird circles around things that people will think he’s a genius that society hasn’t caught up to, and if they “don’t understand” then they’re just idiots who can’t appreciate his intellectual capacity.

    Like teenagers who write papers full of words from the thesaurus and strange phrasing to make it sound “intellectual” when really they just don’t know what they’re talking about.

    Or like the guy in the play “ART” who buys a white on white painting and tells everyone else they just don’t “get” it.

    Go away, Kanye.

    • Michelle says:

      This, completely!!! 100% agree. The sad part is, there ARE people out there who actually buy it. They think Kanye is just too deep to actually make sense so everything he gets labelled “ahead of his time.”

    • mike says:

      Well said. All that.

  41. weirswalker says:

    I get a quick headache trying to read anything he has to say….

  42. Mispronounced Name Dropper says:

    Classism: “It’s difficult for black people right now. It does hurt when we hear that [the n-word]. Because we’re still in a generation that remembers when racism was a big thing that held people back. And now it’s more classism, it’s more social, it’s like where your class is and where your financial standing is that can hold you back”

    True. Post code prejuidice is rife among the gentry.

  43. RockytopNC says:

    This man is so smart he failed out of every school his mother put him in ..Even the one were she was a teacher …how embarrassing for her…..why did he fail because they didn’t understand his “special ” artistic ability and creativity…..his genius . Because he was exempt from rules that were only for “normal ” people not a genius creative person he is…..and they were all under the control of the white man…direct quote ladies from the genius himself….so don’t go jumping down my throat….While his mother was alive she keep him in check and probably on this meds because lord knows he needs them …..but once she died …he went completely out of control and has never got back into control….

  44. celine says:

    People may like his music but he is really is an idiot.

  45. mike says:

    I know celebitchy writers in general have a huge crush on this guy, but I don’t think I have ever seen a man so aggravatingly dumb and appallingly hideous-looking. He is the definition of the term ‘unfortunate’ for me.

    He repulses me in every way.

    btw, funny about proportions. Look at his wife and her abominable ‘proportions’. He says Gucci is off with the cut of their jackets. Add her butcher plastic surgeons to that list as well if you are so fidgety about ‘proportion’. That wife who was an expensive mistake btw, since she is a prostitute who got pregnant.

    So I guess he keeps making the same mistakes. It must also be difficult to fit him in clothes and realize perfect proportion, because his body looks like meatloaf with crooked arms and legs attached.

  46. M.J. says:

    The jokes just write themselves with this headline.

  47. TeaAndSympathy says:

    What a nutter.

  48. yep says:

    These people contribute NOTHING to the world, except narcissism, self indulgence, apathy, lying, vanity.

  49. Sayrah says:

    /Kanye West

    Just ask him

  50. Amy says:

    So I know racism is a convoluted and complex topic and sometimes can leave you scratching your head with just how much there is to process. But what does a ball bouncing with 2 cats fighting over it have to do with it? I just see two cats fighting over a ball. Do the two cats represent two people of different races fighting over racism? I dunno?

    I’m just way overthinking this. Maybe this has something to do with Kanye regretting giving Kim a kitten instead. Not sure what that has to do with racism though. I give up.

  51. Ming says:

    more words does not equal more intelligence. It’s like his answer needs to be 500 words so he just keeps rambling til he hits the word requirement.

    Obviously kim is gonna use the “insanity” card when she leaves him.

    I just can’t wrap my head around his narcissism. I can maybe understand Einstein acting like this or saying these things, cause genius. But kanye? I just can’t.

    He’s only playing nice with the paps cause of the upcoming trial.

  52. Its gonna be a good day! Been havin soo much fun this early..I wass takin 30 showers and almost didn’t hear the phone ringin. It was Obama callin–he wants his jacket back!

  53. Michelle says:

    Y’all (that’s you all for folks not living in the south) realize that in Kanye’s mind, he makes perfect sense. You can be rest assured that whatever comes out of his mouth or what goes on Kim’s body is a hot mess. They deserve each other. Hopefully North will be able to break away from this circus freak show sooner rather than later.

  54. jwoolman says:

    Kanye may be delusional and badly in need of appropriate medication to let his words catch up with his racing thoughts, but at least he likes cats.

  55. LAK says:

    He makes these statements whilst indulging in the same behaviour he’s railing against!!! What a disconnected idjit.