This Saturday Kanye West will launch yet one more album, which inevitably means he has opened his mouth to the media to put it on the market and nothing however phrase vomit has spewed out. Kanye stopped by the workplaces of The Fader on Thursday for … effectively, who can actually be certain? They report that he previewed new music off Yandhi, revealing that Tekashi 6ix9ine and XXXTentacion — SoundCloud rappers accused of various levels of abuse — will each be featured on the album (the latter posthumously). And he’s awaiting vocals from Rihanna for the hook on a tune. But, principally, he got here to ship his model of a TED Talk. Wearing a MAGA hat as soon as once more — which he stated he redesigned and “put optimistic power into” — paired with, of all issues, a Colin Kaepernick sweatshirt he additionally stated he designed that morning, Kanye one way or the other out-Kanyed himself.

Among his many speaking factors, Kanye stated he would’ve most popular Louis C.Ok., one other abuser, host SNL this week (the place he’s performing) as an alternative of Adam Driver. He considers Donald Trump and alt-right loudmouth Alex Jones “matrix-breakers.” If Kanye had been a slave — a selection, keep in mind — he stated he would’ve “run, fought, or acquired killed”; additionally one among his new songs reportedly comprises the lyric “I’m giving up my slave identify.” (Meanwhile, Kanye apparently thought there have been solely 800 slaves within the 1800s — strive three.9 million.) And, in the event you’re nonetheless with us, Kanye additionally stated he believes that when a girl undergoes cosmetic surgery, her “pussy rely goes again to zero.” He’s even made a complete tune with 6ix9ine about this concept, because it pertains to the dictionary definition of “synthetic,” apparently. Anyway, how’s your week going?

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