Do you remember Kanye West promising us towards the end of last year that he won't rant again for a long time? Two months that lasted.
The self-proclaimed 'genius' – who once even claimed to be the 'voice of this generation' – appeared on the second episode of NBC's new talk show Late Night with Seth Meyers on Tuesday night and delivered yet another lecture that only he could.
This time, he vented his frustration at how people discourage him from showcasing the full range of his mightily creative powers and expect him to just be limited to music.
When asked how different his forays into the fashion industry are from his music, Yeezy drew a wave of cheer from the audience by saying: "Everything in the world is exactly the same."
The beast had been unleashed and there was no caging it now. Claiming that he gives his fans 'sonic paintings' and has synesthesia, Kanye then compared himself to the great Michelangelo – whose creativity was also harnessed in a similar fashion by his critics.
The frustrated Kanye then babbled some more about the lack of creative freedom of expression that he so craves before saying how he wants to go beyond the creative boundaries set by Michael Jackson, Jay-Z and Russell Simmons.
Kanye, if this is what you want to do with your creative freedom of expression, maybe North Korea's Kim Jong-un should take over the fashion industry.
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