Kanye West Says ‘Sorry For The Realness’ During Inspiring AF Seven Minute Rant On The Ellen Show
He’s famous for his Twitter rants and on-stage outbursts, but Kanye West’s latest speech has actually made us love him more than ever before.
As the rapper appeared on The Ellen Show this week, he decided to serve up some realness for daytime TV, and went on to talk all about how he wants to break barriers and help the world (you know, through fashion).
After being asked if he ever regrets anything he puts on social media (and he doesn’t), Kanye went on to do what he does best - and explained why he’s so passionate about wanting to put his ideas out there.
He told the crowd: “I have ideas that can make the human race’s existence, in our 100 years, better. Period.
“F**k the paparazzi, whatever perception you have of me… starting with the truth, starting with what everyone’s thinking… start there, [and] put some dope sh*t with it.”
Kanye went on to explain that he thinks we’re in a ‘Renaissance period’ where people are lucky enough to be talented in a diverse number of ways, citing Steve McQueen as an example.
And while most people just like to label Kanye’s rants as negative and headline-grabbing, we actually think his whole outburst on Ellen is pretty optimistic and inspirational.
We’re quite seriously considering putting the phrase ‘put some dope sh*t with it’ on a throw pillow or something.