Kanye West Slams President Obama [Op-Ed]

David Cornell - Author

Jun. 16 2013, Updated 11:28 p.m. ET

COMMENTARY | Kanye West has slammed President Obama, and really needs to shut up, again.

Perhaps Taylor Swift will enjoy knowing that she was Kanye West’s first. The first famous person the rapper has slammed publicly, anyway. Now he’s moved on to President Obama.

Of course, President Obama did slam him first, but almost everybody knows the rapper deserves some payback for his antics.

Kanye West’s rant at a London concert on Saturday didn’t really surprise anyone, seeing as he’s quite the big-mouth when he gets upset. According to the Huffington Post, the infamous rapper went on a freestyle-like rampage about everything that’s upset him recently:

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“I don’t give a f*** what the president’s got to say.”

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Kanye West included other such notables as Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, the Grammys and “business people.”

Yup, Kim Kardashian, you got yourself a real winner. Kanye West is just as publicity-crazy as most of your family seems to be. He’ll fit right in.

Kanye West dropped a slam on Justin Timberlake’s comeback single which features Jay-Z:

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“I’ve got love for Hov but I ain’t f***ing with that ‘Suit & Tie.'”

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Jay-Z and Kanye West have been together in the business and friendship for a long time, so it was a shock to see him included in “wild wild” West’s rants.

There has been some speculation among fans that Kanye West’s “suit and tie” reference was toward business people in general. So if his old buddy isn’t in the crosshairs, he’s probably attacking his record company. Way to bite the hand that feeds you, Kanye.

Good luck with this father figure, Kim Kardashian. Kanye West is a real time bomb and needs to shut up. Just check out the video below for another example.

What do you think of Kanye West slamming President Obama and the rest?


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