Someone’s snatch is losing its magic touch. I think it may be about that time for House Mother Kanye to give his PR team the boot. Once you pop the lid you will have more understand as to why I have come to that conclusion.
House Mother Kanye was pissed to find out that the artwork for his upcoming audio offering My Beautiful Twisted Dark Fantasy was “banned” (girl, by who?) in the United States, so he did what any menstruating entertainer would do and took his ass over the good Twitter to vent about it.
Kanye wrote, “They don’t want me chilling on the couch with my phoenix!” and revealed a piece of graphic artwork in which a naked representation of the artist was in a sexually suggestive position with the mythological firebird in female form. In a follow-up tweet, West wrote, “In the ’70s album covers had actual nudity… It’s so funny that people forget that… Everything has been so commercialized now.”
Hallow-peen just came early for Al Reynolds. John Legend, not so much.
Pictures of Kanye Omari’s bubbling hot pocket are rumored to be on the way. Back during his more thirstier days it wasn’t uncommon for Mr. West to send flicks of his junk to women online, according to Radar Online. Now those images may come back to bite him in the ass. Consequence teeth jokes sold separately.
The self-snapped pictures of the music icon, showing his private parts, were reportedly sent to a number of women, and are now for sale and being shopped to various media outlets.
One image shows a nude Kanye from the chest up, wearing sunglasses and a gold chain, while the second photo shows the singer’s genitals provocatively exposed from his boxer briefs.
“These pics have been floating around since he hit so many girls up on MySpace,” according to the source of the images. “He probably sent them to many, many women.”
If you’re going to pull a passive aggressive stunt queen move, this is the one.
According to In Touch Weekly, West has canceled a scheduled appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show. The magazine also adds that news of West’s canceled appearance on the show was sent via a very brief e-mail to Oprah’s people.
A source revealed that Winfrey, who is in the last season of her show, was far from pleased at the reported cancellation.
“All the arrangements had been made…She was going to ask Kanye everything. Oprah is not happy,” a source revealed to In Touch Weekly.
Just last year Winfrey had a number of Hip Hop fans tuned in when she featured Jay-Z on her show. Jay-Z led Winfrey on a tour through Brooklyn and the duo even paid a visit to Marcy Projects.
Neither Kanye West nor a rep for the rapper has responded to reports of West’s canceled appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show. (HipHop DX)
It’s not that Kanye doesn’t see it for Oprah or anything of that nature, he just has more important things to tend to. Smizing in Paris being one.
House Mother Kanye Omari left no cunty stone unturned during both of his performances on Saturday Night Live. And honestly, I wouldn’t have wanted it any other way.
We are all witnesses. *LeBron powder clap*
Always the respectable house guest, Mr. West replaced his ‘fuck SNL and the whole cast’ mean girl verse with brand new bars during his performance of “Power” before abruptly Leyomi dropping to the ground like he was at a Latex Ball.
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Let the rumors fly — again. Kanye West and model Selita Ebanks were spotted on Wednesday night taking in the tennis action at day three of the 2010 U.S. Open.
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The musical trifecta consisting of Kanye, Beyonce, and Charlie Wilson didn’t go down during karaoke night in the green room at Snoop Dogg’s house but rather on wax.
The video for “Power” drops tomorrow. Until then, here’s a look at how director Marco Brambilla made the concept behind the visual come to life.
POWER shows a continuous camera move from extreme close-up of Mr. West revealing an a neoclassical video tableau showing characters and creatures surrounding him in an abstract environment – all moving in extreme slow motion.
Inspired by Michelangelo’s frescos in the Sistine Chapel, the piece depicts a faux historical moment – an empire on the brink of collapse from its own excess, decadence and corruption.