Dumbest Things Kanye West Has Ever Said

At the MTV Awards in 2009, Kanye West found a way to try and ruin Taylor Swift‘s night as well as make himself look like even more of a jerk. At the MTV Awards in 2009, Kanye West found a way to try and ruin Taylor Swift‘s night as well as make himself look like even more of a jerk.

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“I have reached the point where my Truman Show boat has crashed into the painting.” So Kanye believes he’s gone beyond the 4th wall and has achieved some level of enlightenment we common folk are too blind to see… this would certainly explain why he spouts so much gibberish.

“I hate when I’m on a flight and I wake up with a water bottle next to me, like oh great now I gotta be responsible for this water bottle.” Truly sir, the weight on the world rests on your shoulders. How do you cope with such strain, which would surely destroy a lesser man?

“My greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform.” Kanye €“ who has previously on this list professed to be the social nucleus, with his finger on the pulse of society’s woes  clearly doesn’t have a lot of pain in his life then. How about he stops looking at the porn he loves so much on that laptop, and seeks out a live video of himself on YouTube…

“Like, I’m just giving up my body on the stage; I’m putting my life at risk, literally!” Nothing literal about this mate, having plastic cups and maybe the odd coin thrown in the direction of the stage certainly isn’t life threatening.

“Sometimes people write novels and they just be so wordy and so self-absorbed. I am not a fan of books. I would never want a book’s autograph”. 1) Kanye West of all people implying that anything is self-absorbed is painful 2) He’d be hard pressed to get a book’s autograph, even if he did want it. *Incidentally, Kanye’s book ‘Kanye West Presents Thank You and You’re Welcome’ is available on Amazon for a super-afforadable price*

“God chose me. He mad a path for me. I am God’s vessel.” As if Kanye’s ego could get any more inflate here he is implying he is God’s very own avatar on earth…

“There’s certain things that black people are the best at and certain things white people are the best at. Whatever we as black people are the best at, I’m’a go get that. Like, on Christmas, I don’t but any food that tastes white. And when I go to purchase a house I don’t want my credit to look black”. Clearly Kanye isn’t averse to a bit of stereotyping, even if he is the same man who co-wrote Never Let Me Down.

“Would you believe in what you believe in if you were the only one that believed it?” Yes, yes we would. And if you’re insistent on attempting this odd pseudo-intelligence at least get a synonym for believe €“ it’s jarring to say it three times in that short space.

“I’ve never done a publicity stunt in my life. Anytime I went up and spoke my mind it was always what I thought was the truth.” Does that make you a racist confederate then, Kanye? With some of the quotations on here, I can’t say I’m surprised to be fair.