Today in DREAMS REALLY DO COME TRUE: Kanye West (does he for real want us to call him Yeezus now?) has cast none other than that total shoo-in, Patrick Bateman come to life SCOTT DISICK, in an “American Psycho“-themed music video. Sources say the “viral clip” will recreate the film’s Huey Lewis monologue, substituting Lewis’ name with references to West and his new album “Yeezus,” out June 18. Oafish Kardashian family friend Jonathan Cheban will appear as Paul Allen, who does not make it out of the scene alive. Or even intact, for that matter. Reportedly, West originally wanted James Franco for the Bateman part, which just goes to show: YEEZY TRULY DOES NOT KNOW WHAT IS GOOD. [NY Post] [Photo: WENN]
Etsy seller Moneyworth snapped a screen shot of one of Kanye West’s amazing tweets — and put on a T-shirt. The tweet in question — Kanye helpfully explaining to us that his baby mama Kim Kardashian doesn’t appreciate him enough — deftly encapsulates Yeezy’s rather lofty impression of himself. Sadly, the shirt sold out 10 days ago (boo!), but the arrogant sentiment lives on. “Kim doesn’t understand what a blessing I am to her.” That really says it all, doesn’t it? [Etsy]
Allow me to share with you the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen today … but first, let me set the scene: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are out on the town, shopping in — where else? — Paris, and man, that Kim is so super pregnant. I feel sort of bad for her, like having all that extra belly and boobs and butt to carry around on her little body could be causing her physical pain. But even if all that stuff were, in fact, causing her physical pain, her dumbass babydaddy Kanye could not care less, and he doesn’t care if you know it. Please watch as Kanye jumps out of his black Porsche and wanders over to the passenger side in what almost (almost!) appears to be an attempt to help Kim exit the vehicle… and then he just stands there and waits for her to get out. And then! They walk up onto the curb to enter — where else? — Givenchy… and he stands there and waits for her to open the door once again. SMDH. Would it be completely out of line for me to say that even Kim Kardashian deserves better? [Concrete Loop]
Gwyneth Paltrow generally leaves a bad taste in my mouth — a taste eerily reminiscent of wilted kale — but I am capable of appreciating aspects of her personality that are actually kind of endearing. Like the solid effort she put into the embarrassing task of imitating famous rappers like Jay-Z, Kanye West and Macklemore, on “Ellen” yesterday. Her Beyonce isn’t bad either. But that Chris Martin impression needs work.
As most people already know, the ubiquitous Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting a baby. I’m happy for them. Unlike most people, I don’t mind Kim Kardashian. She makes an obscene amount of money for being herself (or the version of herself she wants us to see). I’m someone who’d be happy to make an obscene amount of money the same way.
Despite being here for the media blitz surrounding the Kimye bebe, a recent statement the mom-to-be made gave me to pause. And, no, I’m not talking about that weird fake tweet.
In an interview with BET, Kim Kardashian said, “I have a lot of friends that are all different nationalities, and their children are bi-racial. So they have kind of talked to me a little bit about it, what to expect and what not to expect. I think that the most important thing is how I would want to raise my children, is just to not see color. That’s important to me.” Keep reading »
With songs like “Sweet Baby Jesus,” “New God Flow” and “Jesus Walks,” Kanye West has never been scared to talk about God and make religious references in his music.
Most recently, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper made headlines for reportedly considering I Am God as the title for his new album. Although this rumor turned out to be false, a member of Yeezy’s camp did confirm that “I Am A God” (emphasis added) is the title of his forthcoming single.
“We would never be so presumptuous or sacrilegious to call ourselves the supreme being,” a source told Huffington Post, adding that the song’s concept is “centered around the idea that all people are manifestations of a higher power.” Read more…