“Extreme Genius” Kanye West Blasts Barack Obama in Radio Interview

The rapper tells the President, “You can't effect change from inside the White House”

  Kanye West calls himself “extreme genius,” blasts Obama as incapable of change
Kanye West doesn't seem to be slowing down in his war with the entire world, despite the fact that he's recently married and he should be focusing his attention on other things like making babies and moving out of his mother-in-law's house.

Kanye West doesn't seem to be slowing down in his war with the entire world, despite the fact that he's recently married and he should be focusing his attention on other things like making babies and moving out of his mother-in-law's house.

In a recent interview on Power106 FM that's being quoted by Radar, the rapper went ballistic all over again and said some things that are going to make you roll your eyes and raise your eyebrow at the same time.

He started off by trying to make people understand that he was an individual blessed with “creativity and extreme genius” and that those detractors out there who still picked on him for that time when he compared himself with Steve Jobs simply didn't understand the nature of his true meaning.

Talking fast and furious, the rapper unleashed his verbal skills on the unsuspecting radio DJ, “Don’t worry about how I’m saying what I’m saying. Look at what I’m saying and how I feel and how my intent is.” We'll give you a moment to process that.

While you struggle to extract the true meaning from Kanye's words of wisdom, we're going to move on to an even more outrageous statement he made during his interview. If you have strong feelings about God, you should probably stop reading now and close this page.

Kim Kardashian's new husband went on to explain that “You do not want to go against the power. I'm working on one mission, and that's a mission from God.” We are led to believe that it was God who made him rap about Kim's shapely posterior, bragging to the entire world that he was the one doing indecent things to her while the rest of us dreamed about her.

Finally, he turned his attention to the man he thought was the source of all our problems, the President of the United States, Barack Obama. Naturally, he didn't have any nice things to say about the him: “You can’t effect change from inside the White House like that ...”

As a solution to our problems, Kanye presented himself in a most flattering light when he said, “You gotta have the money [but] Good ideas usually aren’t connected to money as much . . . Creativity and extreme genius are extremely cheap.”

Connect that to his previous statement that he was blessed with said “extreme genius,” and you're going to come to the conclusion that Kanye just appointed himself as the next president of the United States. What more can you add about the man? He's incorrigible.

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