Kanye West Was Calm And Mentally Stable On The Today Show, Not Really


Kanye West went on The Today Show to discuss everything from his new album, to the Taylor Swift controversy and most importantly, the incident in which he said "George Bush doesn't care about black people." But the singer definitely didn't appreciate the fact that the show ran clips of his various controversial moment while he was talking to Matt. Kanye was contrite, lucid, and made some pretty good points during the interview. Then the show played the controversial clip of him interrupting Taylor Swift. I don't know if Matt Lauer put him in timeout or what, because the video ends before the temper tantrum began. But I know it was an epic hissy-fit that NBC felt it was best to censored.

After running Kanye's pre-taped interview, Lauer addressed Kanye's tweets from yesterday. one of which said:

"Yo I really wonder if Matt Lauer thought that s**t was cool to play the "MTV" clip while I was speaking about Bush?"

So the poor misunderstood Kanye had to tkake his hissy-fit to Twitter. But Matt stood by his interview, airing the entire segment (minus the part at the end when Kanye lost his mind) just to prove that nothing was taken out of context. The best part about the whole incident... after talking about the drama, Matt calmly and collectively promotes Kanye's upcoming concert on The Today Show plaza on November 26. LOL... Matt, always the good corporate man taking his time to promote a company event. Anyway, Kanye overrated as he usually does. That is why he said what he did about Bush and interrupted Taylor. Because he cannot control himself. Kanye could stand some anger management classes. Click to play the video.

Here are a few photos of Kanye's arch-nemesis Taylor Swift at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards:

Source: http://www.GutterUncensored.com

Wiki Bio


Kanye Omari West (pronounced /ˈkɑːnjeɪ/; born June 8, 1977 in Atlanta, Georgia,U.S.A. ) is an American rapper, singer, and record producer. West first rose to fame as a producer for Roc-A-Fella Records, where he eventually achieved recognition for his work on Jay-Z's album The Blueprint, as well as hit singles for musical artists including Alicia Keys, Ludacris, and Janet Jackson. His style of production originally used pitched-up vocal samples from soul songs incorporated with his own drums and instruments. However, subsequent productions saw him broadening his musical palette and expressing influences encompassing '70s R&B, baroque pop, trip hop, arena rock, folk, alternative, electronica, synth-pop, and classical music. www.GutterUncensored.com


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