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Kanye West gets candid about his life in a new interview.
The 38-year-old rapper recently called into the Steve Harvey in the Morning show and this is what he had to share:
On Kim Kardashian: “She broke boundaries with fashion where designers weren’t trying to make clothes with women with shape, and now they’re all about embracing and empowering women. [She's] empowering women in a matriarch society where women can make money. Like when she said, ‘OK my husband might have invested everything he had into fashion, everything he had into creativity for breaking boundaries, but I put the money in the account.’ All of those statements, means that can’t nobody ever disrespect my wife, period.”
On an upcoming tour: “You know my tour game is strong. My tour game is unprecedented. So we’re going to go out in September, I believe, and we’re just working on some of the ideas right now.”
On the Taylor Swift 2009 VMA incident: “It’s not about Kanye West. It’s not about Taylor Swift. There’s a lot of people in America that feel like they don’t have the platform to stand up and express their closet racism. Before they had that platform, one really easy way to express it was to say, ‘Eff Kanye West.’”
Listen to his interview below!
Diane Kruger strikes a pose with Walking Dead‘s Lauren Cohan while attending the Prabal Gurung Fall Fashion Show during 2016 New York Fashion Week at The Shows at The Arc, Skylight at Moynihan Station on Sunday (February 14) in New York City
“@dianekruger I ❤️ the Internet- we are taking our fashion SO serious LOL 😍,” Jaime captioned with her Instagram post. “I love my fashion spirit sister and our friend @prabalgurung – Congrats!!! Such a beautiful show! 👏👏👏💋✨”
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The 59-year-old comedian is making light of his Miss Universe mistake in the ad by apologizing for the mistakes of other networks.
“Folks, I have to apologize… again. Look, those were last year’s numbers,” Steve says referring to the narrator’s original numbers. “It says right here on the card. T-Mobile doubled their LTE coverage in the last year. And with more LTE towers than Verizon, T-Mobile reaches pretty much everyone they do. I’m not taking responsibility on this one. Verizon got it wrong. Yes! Not me!”
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During the ceremony, the 58-year-old comedian accidentally named Ariadna winner when she was actually the first runner-up.
Steve invited Ariadna to be on his talk show, where he tearfully asked for her forgiveness for the error. The show has yet to air, but according to TMZ, Steve said his face-to-face apology with Ariadna was most important.
He earlier apologized to the actual winner, Miss Philippines Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, on his show.
Steve‘s interview with Ariadna airs on January 19th.
The 48-year-old actor presented the Best Original Score with Lily James. When the winner was announced, he did something very reminiscent of Steve‘s Miss Universe flub.
“And the winner is Straight Outta Compton,” Jamie said of the film (which was not nominated). “I’m sorry folks! It’s right here on the card. I take full responsibility. Full responsibility. I apologize to everyone in Compton.”
Steve Harvey finally broke his silence after his 2015 Miss Universe flub where he accidentally announced Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez as the winner instead of the real winner Miss Philippines Pia Wurtzbach.
“Immediately after it happened, they asked the pageant people to come to the press conference,” the 58-year-old TV host said on his morning show on Monday (January 4). “I wasn’t scheduled to be at a press conference, so I went to the press conference and made all the apologies there…Here’s the situation: Now, when the mistake was made, when I said the wrong woman’s name, I can only give information I had. No one knows, and that information is not in the teleprompter because you’ve got two women standing there. I read what was on the teleprompter, then I read what was on the card.”
“Now, what happened, how it got like that, how it was done, how it was worked on, that’s neither here nor there. I said the name that was on the card. When I walked off, everything was cool…and then, after that, all hell broke loose,” Steve continued. “All I heard was people say, ‘That’s the wrong name,’” he recalled. “And all I hear is confusion backstage. Now I’m standing here in the wing, so what I did was, ‘I gotta go fix it.’ Now I got a guy in my ear going, ‘We gotta do something! We gotta do something!’”
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