At this point, Kanye West could release an album containing music pulled straight from the heavens and many people would still refuse to listen to it. In recent months, the US rapper and Kim Kardashian spouse has made crowd alienation his speciality subject, foolishly claiming responsibility in his lyrics for Taylor Swift’s fame, shockingly protesting Bill Cosby’s innocence, while also bizarrely playing for sympathy for himself, revealing that he’s millions in debt and badgering Facebook’s...
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