Kanye's SNL Rant Released

Posted: Feb 17 2016, 6:53pm CST | by , in Latest Celebrity News


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Kanye's SNL Rant Released
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Kanye West hasn't been having the best of weeks. It was revealed that he almost walked off the set of SNL the other night because his stage was dismantled. However, many people thought it was just another step in his unsettled behavior.

Now, someone leaked his alleged tantrum at Saturday Night Live.

New York Post's Page 6 released the tape. The voice that is reportedly West yells, "Don't f--- with me" after finding out that the producers of SNL removed part of his set for his musical performance on Saturday's episode of the NBC variety show.

He then goes on to call out Taylor Swift, calling her "fake" after their latest fight. The feud came after his new song "Famous" was released where he rapped "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why, I made that b**** famous."

Warning: Explicit Language Below

"Look at that s--- – they took my f---ing stage off of SNL without asking me," West can be heard saying at the start of the clip. "Now I'm bummed. That and Taylor Swift, fake ass."

Then he starts to consider his position on the show, thinking about dropping out. "Now I ain't gonna do this. We're breaking the mother f---ing internet. I went through six years of this f---ing s---."

He continues, "Let's get to it, bro," and repeats himself while slowly getting louder and louder. "Let's get to it, bro!"

Then there sounds like a jump or edit, and West starts to compare himself to other artists, including Pablo Picasso and drug lord Pablo Escobar, who is the inspiration behind West's new album, The Life of Pablo.

"Are they f---ing crazy?" says West. "Whoa, by 50 percent. Stanley Kubrick, Picasso, Apostle Paul, f---ing Picasso and Escobar. By 50 percent more influential than any other human being."

He then gets loud again, shouting, "Don’t f--- with me. Don’t f--- with me. Don’t f--- with me."

Then the audio cuts out again.

Despite the problem, the $53 million debt claims, the Twitter drama, and the fight with Swift, sources close to Kanye say that they aren't worried about his mental health.

"I haven't felt personally concerned about his well-being," says West's longtime friend. "Every time I talk with him – which is almost every day – he's extremely good-natured, [and] in a great mood ..."

Reps for West, Swift, and NBC haven't spoken out about the comments.

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