Oh Kanye, the man has no filter. Whether he is slandering Taylor Swift or taking about his God-like self…which we have all heard about on numerous occasions, there is no doubt that he knows how to make people listen.
Kanye has once again outdone himself…“I’m sorry, daytime television. I’m sorry for the realness.”
Appearing on the Ellen show yesterday, Kanye did not disappoint. He delivered a slightly delusional and completely non-sensical rant, which outlined how he has ideas to improve the world and everyone’s lives over the next 100 years, his stance on thinking…which he clearly doesn’t see to be a necessary outlet for his energy and his “realness”. There are really no words to describe the eight minute video, so you’re better off just giving it a watch…I promise it will be worth it.
I never know what my friend @KanyeWest is going to say or do on my show, but I always love it when he’s here.
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) May 19, 2016
If you really, truly don’t have eight minutes to spare, we’ll share some of the highlights of the interview, which will most likely just leave you starting vaguely at the computer screen trying to figure out if this guy is for real.
“What’s the point of thinking?”
“I have ideas that can make the human race’s existence, within our 100 years better, period.”
“I called the head of Payless Shoes. I’m like, ‘I want to work with you. I want to take all this information that I’ve learned from sitting at all these fashion shows and knocking on all these fire doors and buying all these expensive clothes and I want to take away bullying.’ “
“I’m sorry, daytime television. I’m sorry for the realness.”
Kanye West just brought a whole new realness to daytime.
Posted by ellentube on Thursday, May 19, 2016