Kanye West is currently on his interview talk frenzy tour, where he goes around making appearances at different radio shows, and talks Krazy Kanye for the next hour. These outrageous controversial interviews that he has, are met with the equivalent in media reports, to the point where Kanye's Nike sneaker deal is being reported as a secret illuminati battle.
However, no matter how epic the story, a response to any of the media outlets is never made by the Yeezus rapper and even quite contrary, Kanye boldly told the American President to keep Kanye and Kim Kardashian out of his mouth. Now a reported interview that went viral,
claiming that Kanye West said he was the next Nelson Mandela, has got Kanye all shook up.
TheDailyCurrant is being accused by Kanye West, with the backing of the media, that they run a 'fake' interview with Kanye, where they quoted him as saying 'I liberate minds with my music. That’s more important than liberating a few people from apartheid or whatever', these words are quite strong and it's no wonder why Kanye stepped up to the plate over on Twitter:
'Respect to Mandela, his family and his legacy. Despite recent media reports, i've never sai anything to dishonor or trivialize the life or transition of one of the most inspirig leaders' - New Slaves rapper Kanye West
It's interesting to see that no matter to what lengths that Kanye West will go to, to prove his power in the media (and the world), even he too has a red line that he can't step over. Whatever the case, Kanye West has saved his butt this time, but some critics are saying they wouldn't put it past him.