Thursday, March 05, 2009

Kayne Overstepping His Boundaries

Sometimes people in our world get confused on who they really are. They get confused that they are more than their career. They think they are some philantropist, some revolutionary martyr who's opinions on subject matters outside their career remain important.

Look at Kayne West. West is a successful musician who has made an impact on the hip-hop world, but certainly for West he has to overstep his boundaries and look foolish. He has to go into uncharted waters and insist he open his mouth.

Remember in 2005 when Kayne West made the assinying comment George W. Bush did not like black people, despite his second-hand man being Colin Powell, who by the way is black.

No, for Kayne he needed to continue his endeavour into the world of making idiotic public statements.

Recently during the shooting of VH1's Storytellers Kayne asked the crowd, "Can't we give Chris [Brown] a break? ... I know I make mistakes in life." West would go on to talk about various other individuals who have missed up an deserved "a break." "Michael Jackson, amazing. Michael Phelps, amazing ... He's a real ****** person; he makes mistakes. O.J. Simpson, amazing. Is he not? What he did, when he did, what he did. Was he not amazing though?"

After reading this quote I nearly passed out from the sheer horror of the quote. But, I did regain mobility and strength. And then later I was able to put together an analysis on why, again, Kayne West needs to prevent himself from giving anymore public statements.

I am sorry but Mr. Chris Brown you are not forgiven. It will take more than a month for people to forget the physical abuse you instilled upon Rihanna. People who beat woman are about as low on the food chain as prostitutes and drug dealers. To simply imply this lashing at Chris Brown is unnecessary is incredibly ridiculous. Personally, I would like to see Chris Brown actually give a public apology that has some validity. In other words no more PR hoopla. And when that does happen, if it does, maybe I can start to forgive Brown. But until then he deserves the criticism he's getting because, well, he hits woman.

Kayne West, please use the remaing brain cells you might have and try and understand this concept as well as the fact that Michael Phelps taking a bong hit is not the same as someone who hits his wife.

You honestly have a better chance of convincing me that 2+2=5 than Brown's situation is the same as Phelp's. Yes, I know you were only comparing, but please do not put Phelps in the same sentence as Brown.

With all that said, the great Kayne had to pull out one more stunning comment. We are all aware that OJ Simpson was a great football player, but I, along with the rest of the world, have difficulty focusing on his football feats. Rather for some odd reason I can not help but think about this little thing Simpson did that overshadows anything in did on the field.

Oh, that's right! He murdered two people. Hmm, slipped my mind.

Mr. West I understand you want to be more than a musician, but please refrain from it. Stick ot your music. That's it.

The world no longer wants to have to experience your uneducated comments on world events and people like me no longer want to have to comprehend the stupidity behind each thing you say.

I eagerly await when Kayne releases his opinion on what needs to be done to fix the current economic crisis.

"Print more money," the charming man might utter.

1 comment:

Marica said...

I am so with you on this. He has pissed me off ever since he posed as Jesus Christ on the cover of Rolling Stones. The man is quite the idiot and he thinks because he is a popular musician, he can say whatever he wants and people will agree with him. Funny how he compared two major incidents committed by black people to a minor incident committed by a white person. And to me it seems that Phelps has been more apologetic for his minor offense than either man for their major offense. Simpson wrote and tried to publish a book titled "If I Did it." Was it a mistake to write an entire manifest about what he would have done if he committed the two murders he was acquitted for? Talk about ridiculous and then if that wasn't enough he was arrested in Las Vegas in September 2007 for numerous felonies that he was caught on audio tape committing. Now he's in prison (where he belongs) for at least 9 years and finally getting to pay for something he did. I'm done because Kanye is an idiot to the extreme.