Kanye's dangerous statement this week is being strongly criticized on media outlets and news organizations alike. It turns out that our friend Kanye West thinks his work is as difficult as that of a soldier or a policeman who risk their lives every day. As reported by TMZ yesterday, Kanye compares being a rapper to being at war.
The Kanye dangerous statement goes as follows:
“When I think about when I’m on the ‘Can’t Tell Me Nothing,’ and ‘Coldest Winter’ moment, like that mountain goes really, really high. And if I slipped… You never know. And I think about it. I think about my family and I’m like, wow, this is like being a police officer or something, or like a war or something,” Kanye said.
“Like you’re literally going out to do your job every day you know, knowing something can happen to you… verbally from the press bashing you… you know, people not liking you anymore… you could actually slip on that stage,” he continues.
The Kanye dangerous statement was given during a recent interview about his current Yeezus tour and Kim Kardashian's soon to be husband surprised everyone when he said this:
"I lay my body in the scenario completely, I put my life in danger. "
Just recently Kanye West has taken action on the hoax that began circulating on the internet about him calling himself "the next Nelson Mandela." The rapper has said that it is media conspiracy from the newspaper Daily Currant.
Kanye insisted that he never said anything to dishonor or trivialize the life of one of the most inspiring leaders and he added that his mother taught him "the importance of the work of Mandela" who sacrificed his life to help humanity.
The Daily Currant is a publication that was born in 2012 and is dedicated to publishing false news about celebrities.
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