At a concert in New York, Kanye West addressed the crowd for close to ten minutes and talked about Matt Lauer & The Today Show, George Bush, Taylor Swift & the success of his new album.
If you care to and have the spare time you can watch the full video below:
A larger chunk of West’s monologue:
Everybody needs a villain, don’t we? We need to blame someone at all times. For me to be considered a racist for stating a blatant truth, an obvious truth, but the nuances of my words, because I am very particular with my words, and the emotion I felt at that time wasn’t worded exactly right — but everybody came and said ‘Oh my God!”…
I was emotional, that was not exactly the way I wanted to word it, but I wrote it, I rode it, just as Taylor never came to my defense in any interview, and rode the waves and rode it and rode it, that’s the way I rode the waves of the Bush comment. I rode it. It’s not about popular opinion. It’s about when you look in your heart, and know what’s right and what’s wrong. When you look in your heart, look at what the media did, look at how they exploited him, they said that he said it was his lowest moment and as a mass, as America, we took that as a fact.
Kanye… LET. IT. GO. Move on! He says he looks into his heart before he opens his mouth. I guess that tells us a lot about what his heart is made up of. Can someone tell this guy to only open his mouth to sing?
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