The same guy who thinks the above is “fashionable” is now demanding The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and Pitchfork do not write about or critique his music anymore.
Kanye West went on yet another Twitter rant on the heels of dropping The Life of Pablo, an album filled with unarguably defamatory remarks strewn at Taylor Swift, Ray-J, Nike, and a slew of others, right before the Grammys got underway Monday night.
That was before Taylor Swift roasted him in her Best Album acceptance speech.
Evidently, ‘Ye hasn’t been too thrilled with music critics’ thoughts on his “masterpiece” so far. Well, hey, Kanye, you’re the one that throws yourself in the public spotlight with such alarming fashion.
(Not-so) pro tip: try coming up with better lyrics than “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that bitch famous.” People will ridicule you less.
For what it’s worth, T.L.O.P. is 6.5/10. Not a tenth more.