Kanye took to showcasing some of his unfinished tracks, when he was finished, Kris Jenner gave a compliment to his work calling it "Great Job", that's when horrified Kanye started mocking Kris' words saying:
"Great job?’... Great job, belt loops, for keeping my pants up!"And it didn't stop there!
The Journalist Christopher Bagley's experience with the Kardashians did not go as pleasant as TV standards have taught him, as when he arrived he explained how the brother was slouched on Kanye's couch wasting away with his girlfriend :
“Kim has just headed back to Los Angeles after one of her brief Paris visits, but her brother, Rob, is sprawled on West’s gigantic Living Divani sofa with his girlfriend, the English model Naza Jafarian.
They both offer friendly handshakes, then return to their smartphones. Next, Kim’s mother, Kris Jenner, drops by and looks around the apartment, which she’s seeing for the first time.”That's when the attempted compliments came in:
“ This is amazing!’ she says as West shows her some of his favorite objects, including a new set of ceramic cups by Frances Palmer. Jenner’s rapport with West evinces equal parts jokey affection and in-law awkwardness.
He plays her some of his unfinished songs, including ‘Awesome,’ which is clearly about Kim. When she exclaims, ‘Great job!’ West doesn’t find it as flattering as Jenner evidently intended.
“He raises his eyebrows. ‘Great job?’ he says and sets off on a comic riff that cracks up everyone in the room. Toasting with his champagne glass, he says, ‘Great job, Baccarat, for making a glass that can hold liquid!’ He looks down at his waist. ‘Great job, belt loops, for keeping my pants up!’
Jenner laughs off the mockery but soon is ready to leave. Hugging West goodbye, she tells him, ‘I love you. You know where to find us, at the George V. Call us tomorrow, if you want.’ It seems apparent to everyone, including Jenner, that West will not call.”Seems like Kris Jenner is not going to be one of the 144,000! What is interesting about this story is that Kanye West actually said that, most of the songs on his album, are inspired by "Fashion Beef's" don't believe me? Hear it from the horses mouth:
“ 'I Am a God' which he debuted live at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala in New York in May...turns out this song was inspired by a serious diss—not from another rapper but from a major fashion designer." - Christopher Bagley