Relax, Kanye West Doesn’t Really Think He’s ‘The Next Nelson Mandela.’ We Hope

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bill-swift - December 10, 2013

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BREAKING: Kanye West is kind of an ass. Who the hell knew?

While you lay on the couch awhile to recover from that revelation, listen up. You'd think this guy has enough on his flamboyant, obnoxious plate already. He can model shitty man-scarves, impregnate a Kardashian or two and rhyme words pretty damn fast indeed into a microphone. He is, quite clearly, the kind of badass Renaissance man we all wish we could be.

Alas, though, he does insist on the talking. The talking of utter, utter BS. This time, though, the multi-talented Mr. West cannot be blamed. This particular sorry affair is just satire, courtesy of the ever-piss-takey Daily Currant.

This recent ‘interview' (which isn't real, not even slightly) contains a great excess of controversial dumbassery. As such, it's completely convincingly Kanye. Can't you just see him --and his craptacular little beard-- comparing himself to the great and sadly departed Nelson Mandela? Making dickish comments such as:

"...I have a bigger market than he ever did. Mandela was working in South Africa, which has, like what, six people? I started my magic here in the USA and then I took my business global. Worldwide baby. I just want everyone out there to know. I see y'all crying on the TV. Being all sad. Just know that Kanye's gonna carry on Mandela's legacy. There's nothing to worry about. I got this."

He didn't, apparently, but he could have. That's so him, right there.

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