Kanye West is at it again. Ego has led him into confusion with Wiz Khalifa and all hell broke loose on Twitter. Kanye numbered his insults after confusing a tweet from Wiz that included the initials “KK.” Kanye took this as a reference to Kim Kardashian-West, his wife, and prior statements about renaming his upcoming album Waves as worthy reasons to rant in his most legendary form.
I take Kanye West to be hip-hop’s version of Donald Trump. Self-loathing, entitled, hard working yet undeserving of the honor he yearns for. When we listen to Donald Trump call Megyn Kelly from Fox News a bimbo, we should shudder in our seats. Donald wasn’t happy with Kelly’s approach to his campaign and bit back like a rabid dog, not a presidential candidate. I guess it seems two powerful and relevant men name-call as their weapon of choice.
Tweets live forever. By the time you take them down, plenty of people will have already screenshotted them and sent them around.
What will North West think when she reads this in years to come? Does Ye even care? In any rap beef, women and children have always been off limits. Children are to be protected. From the boogie man, shadows, loud noises, candy past 9 p.m., Pee Wee Herman and threatening behavior. Kanye, in all his glory, lacks the restraint of his fellow antagonizer Donald Trump. But both of their egos shrink the intelligence in the room when they speak on anything other than their specialties. Donald said “All of the women on The Apprentice flirted with me — consciously or unconsciously. That’s to be expected.” Once again, he leads the polls.
Why am I bringing up Trump? Because Kanye’s music has many people hypnotized. I don’t believe he’s an evil person. My take is he’s not much different than Donald Trump when it comes to blasting others. His passion for being great often leaves others on blast and front-page material. Kanye has mentioned several fashion designers by name after he didn’t feel supported during the infancy of his clothing line. He took on Nike and their reluctance to massively produce his Yeezy shoe. Trump takes on Mexican people, the LGBT community, Rosie O’Donnell, President Obama, his fellow candidates and many others with similar levels of disrespect.
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