You need a flow chart to keep it all straight.
In one of his recent daily missives via TMZ (do the Jenner-Kardashians partially own that site?) Kanye West said he was getting off the Twitters; alas, he has not.
It’s getting hard to sustain the outrage, but we must.
I have either run out of things to think and say about the things Kanye West is (presumably) thinking and (definitely) saying or I have exhausted the will to make that effort. I’m not sure which. Either way, the result is the same. MAGA Kanye possesses the intersecting veneers of “fascinating” and “disturbing,” but…
After going dark on social media for the past week, Kanye West is back on Twitter to share a long, rambling missive that, like most things Kanye has done in the past year, likely does more to raise concern over Kanye’s well-being than it does enlighten his audience.
Speaking Thursday on CNN’s Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, Don Lemon took it there, calling Kanye West’s performance in the White House yesterday a “minstrel show.”
If there’s a silver lining so far with the Trump presidency—and one attribute that I’m honestly grateful he possesses—it’s that Donald Trump has a nose for trash black people.
I’m not sure if it was the part where Kanye West exclaimed that the ‘Make America great again’ hat gave him energy, his 10-minute rant, or the hug he gave Donald Trump ... alright fuck it, it was the hug!
In what is sure to be the lowest collection of IQs in a 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue room since George W. Bush cuddled with Millie, his puppy, President Donald J. Trump will host rapper, designer and iconic sayer of stupid shit, Kanye Kardashian West, at the White House.
Pete Davidson had a few words to say about Kanye West’s pro-Trump rant last week on Saturday Night Live.
Kanye West—you may have heard of him—is on the move. On the heels of recent comments about the 13th Amendment and his apparent undying love for our current president and emergency alerter, Kanye has decided to venture to Somewhere In Africa to finish recording his second (you could argue third) album of 2018, Yandhi.…
If you’ve ever wondered what Kanye West would be like if he were raised by a frozen-food heiress and the U.S. ambassador to Seychelles, look no further than Tucker Carlson. Although I cannot vouch for Tucker’s beat-making ability or his emcee skills, Carlson is the poster boy for what happens when a narcissist is put…
Kenan Thompson celebrated the beginning of his 16th season with Saturday Night Live this past weekend, an event that was marked by what he described as Kanye West holding “people hostage” as he gave his pro-Trump rant at the end of his guest appearance on the same night.
One day last week Kanye West was supposed to drop new music. Instead, he dropped more support for his president Donald J. Trump.
I want to say from the outset that this is not a post meant to excuse anything Kanye West is saying or doing—because a lot of what he is saying and doing is very damaging for black folks, and I cannot get behind that no matter the cause.
If you were holding out hope that the Kanye West who infamously told us that George W. Bush “doesn’t care about black people” was going to make a return anytime soon, don’t hold your breath—you might die.
As a native Chicagoan (of Kanye’s generation), I’ve admittedly been skeptical about his reunion with his home city—despite my own, within the last two years. Why? Likely because the parts of my life filled with Donald Trump, MAGA, Kardashians, and Kalifornia generally end around 6 p.m. each workday, and often require…
In the beginning, Donda created the man-child from Chicagoland with the Polo sweaters and backpacks. And he was G.O.O.D.
While our heads were turned by the melee at the Harper’s Bazaar party on Friday night, there was another star-studded New York Fashion Week event that went off without a hitch, honoring a fashion legend in timelessly elegant style.
Kanye West wants Drake to know that he harbors no hard feelings against him.