Kanye West Angrily Rants at Pusha T's Party
The rapper shouts to the crowd about good music, Grey Goose and designers with numbers on the back of T-shirts.
It looks like fatherhood hasn't changed Kanye West much, as he went off on another aggressive rant during Pusha T's Wednesday night listening party in Brooklyn.
The rapper, father to daughter North West with Kim Kardashian, began shouting at the crowd, "I don't give a f--k about none of these corporations, none of these f--king sellouts […] we make good music, we make good music. We don't give a f--k about how much goddamn money you make, we make good music!"
Implying that he was drinking Grey Goose vodka, he continued, "On that Goose right now, going to get loose right now."
West, who attended shows for Diesel, Hood by Air and Alexander Wang during this week's New York Fashion Week, also called out designers who put numbers on the back of tees, saying something about "Chinese T-shirts, trying to throw numbers on the back of they shit," and "starting a T-shirt line and putting numbers on the back of their shit, f--k you!"
On Monday, the "Black Skinhead" rapper stopped by Jimmy Fallon's late-night show to give a surprise performance, where he dissed Kardashian's ex, Ray J, with whom she made the infamous sex tape that leaked in 2007.
During the performance, West changed the opening lyrics of "Bound 2" from "All them other n-----s lame, and you know it now" to "Brandy's little sister lame, and he know it now," as a jab to Ray J, Brandy's only sibling.
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