In the wee hours of the morning, Kim Kardashian went off on Chloe Grace Moretz, Bette Midler, and Piers Morgan after they told her how they really feel about her constant social media nudity.
Quite frankly, it sounded like Kanye West hacked her phone for a few minutes – but even if it wasn’t the rapper tweeting klever komebacks from the Kardashian’s Twitter account last night, we woke up to an impromptu interview from ‘Ye. He’s everywhere.
North and Saint West’s father showed up at LAX in a comfy ‘fit and thanked his former arch nemeses – the paparazzi – for keeping him relevant over the years. He also touched on his short-lived Twitter beef with DJ deadmau5, and his in-laws supporting him through all of his social media antics and reported meltdown.
On the paparazzi:
“I really appreciate you guys because you guys keep me alive. You, the paparazzi, keep me alive because they keep me relevant. They can’t stop my voice. They can say what they want on the news channel, on the stations, blah blah blah, but I can just talk directly to you, it go up and my voice not get stopped.”
On the Kardashians supporting him:
“I really appreciate my wife and her family for supporting me, especially in the past two-three weeks where people are really like, ‘Oh, he must be going crazy.’ It’s so funny. All people got was truth, truth, truth. So if someone is considered to be crazy for telling the truth, or their truth, over and over, what are we dealing with the rest of the time? What are we being fed the rest of the time?”
On DJ deadmau5:
“I think human beings are hypocrites sometimes. It’s funny because it’s obviously not my computer. I took a picture of it in the studio and then everybody was like, ‘Don’t put that up. Blah blah blah.’ I was like, ‘Let it go up. Let people…’ I mean, no one’s… The irony that that was a site that downloaded a million of my albums… I have this new rap where I say, ‘a million illegally downloaded my truth over the drums.’ You know what? People have different methods. I like having TIDAL because I could just go to Rihanna’s album easily. I could go to the new Beyoncé single very easily. The service is easy to use and it sounds really good. I didn’t realize how easy it was to get music until I downloaded a streaming service. But I think there’s people in the music industry, as you saw with the deadmau5 thing, where he actually said that he used it before. So, the reality is, I think people in the music industry hypocritically download sounds and shit like that. They’ll download certain types of plug-ins, apps, blah blah blah. I mean, I’m talking to the…That’s true.”
Check out a clip above and vote West come 2020.
SOURCE: X17 | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty