Kanye West may be happy to have killed his ego but he’s really glad he didn’t kill his marriage to Kim Kardashian. At least, not yet. Kanye spoke with the New York Times (via E! News) about his recent slavery comments and how his Kimmy felt about them. Kanye says:
“There was a moment where I felt like after TMZ, maybe a week after that, I felt like the energy levels were low, and I called different family members and was asking, you know, ‘Was Kim thinking about leaving me after TMZ?’ So that was a real conversation.”
Of course he knew Kim might leave him. She hates losing fans (AKA money) and black people already have her on thin ice. She can’t wear Bo Derek braids AND be married to a slavery-denier! Gotta pick, Kimmy! Continue reading
Trent Reznor has some words to say about the apolitical media stars of today. Trent, who is in the process of releasing Bad Witch (the final in a trilogy of politically-charged albums), went in with the New York Times (via THR) when talking about how his band is saving the world through loud, banging music, and others are simply fucking around. Trent said this about Donald Trump:
“What Donald Trump is doing is concerning and infuriating… the disregard for decency and truth and civility is what’s really disheartening.”
Kanye West took time away from healing the racial schism in America, contributing to the midterm elections and saving Chicago, to release some new music to the world. Oh and you better believe 2018’s rap version of Plato served you up some Allegory of the Cave-reallness, honey. Time for a mental and emotional deep dive into Kanye West’s psyche. Strap in and strap on.
It’s only been a few days since Kanye West used his album release as a way to confirm with the world he has bipolar disorder, but now he’s expanding upon the album art to let the world a little bit more about his mental health. Rather than have some tearful interview with Oprah to bemoan his condition, Kanye is being rather, uh, Kanye about it and says his bipolarity is a “superpower.” Continue reading
After months of banshee-like behavior from Kanye West, I was beginning to forget that it was all surrounding an actual album release and not just another one of Pimp Mama Kris’s master schemes to net a few more seasons of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Kanye dropped his album last night at a Jackson Hole, Wyoming, release party. The album, ye, is now on all streaming services (shockingly, that also includes Tidal) and doesn’t have quite the album art we were expecting. Continue reading
Drake has inadvertently instigated a feud between Kim Kardashian West and the rapper Rhymefest over a charity Kanye West and Rhymefest founded called Donda’s House. Well, it’s called Donda’s house right now, but they are about to change their name in order to distance themselves from the house of Kardashian-West. Kardashian-West, you say? Well there goes the neighborhood.