The rapper stated during an emotional monologue on Ellen DeGeneres show why he is in the right position to change the world.
Kanye West is at it again! What is already turning out to be a frequent occurrence of emotional display by the successful rapper reached another height with his recent rant on The Ellen Show.
While making an appearance on the show, Kanye embarked on an emotional monologue about how he is in the best position to change the world, leaving the talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres speechless.
Kanye said he doesn’t regret anything he has tweeted and declined to have a board of directors monitor his tweets as suggested by Ellen. The 38-year-old rapper also revealed he had reached out to Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg for help.
Decrying his inability to get supportive resources from Mark, the fashion enthusiast blurted out, ‘I feel that if I had more resources, I could help more people. I have ideas that can make the human-race existence within our 100 years better — period,’ he said, before continuing, ‘I was raised to do something [and] to make a difference.’
He claims he could be as influential as other great innovators if given the appropriate support. ‘Picasso is dead. Steve Jobs is dead. Walt Disney is dead. Name somebody living that you can name in the same breath as them,’ he said. ‘Michael Jackson and Russell Simons are the reason I was able to go so far… I literally have to be Michael Jackson of apparel in order to break open the doors for everyone that will come after I’m gone, after I’m dead, after they call me Wacko Kanye.’
‘I’m sorry for the realness,’ was all he could muster at the end of his rambling.
After the epic nearly 7-minute oration by the explosive Kanye, Ellen was short of words as she simply said, ‘Well, it’s not daytime television anymore…we’re gonna take a break.’
This recent emotional roller-coaster by Kanye follows series of his other outbursts in recent years.
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