Originally posted by KSPigpen
Pretty soon he's going to be telling that that fat chick at work that she really shouldn't have worn those pants.
Originally posted by KSPigpen
But you DO realize that, just like the cop incident, he probably should have stayed out of this one, right?
The president isn't allowed to use 'regular person' words or have 'regular person' opinions. He's supposed to be above that stuff and not comment on silly things like that. Pretty soon he's going to be telling that that fat chick at work that she really shouldn't have worn those pants.
If we were to all follow his lead, we would all be walking around calling each other jackass.
Ok. You go first.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
Originally posted by Chovy
Have you seen the video? Kayne acts like a total jackass... That girl should have slapped him. I think Kayne is a wife beater.
[edit on 14-9-2009 by Chovy]
Kanye is waaayyyyy too gay to ever be a wife beater! Have you seen the South Park episode making fun of him? It is great! I was just starting to lose interest in South Park and then they roasted Kanye!
I just wish he would have chosen someone like Toby Keith or Pink to interrupt! He would have gotten his arse kicked that way!!
Some celebrity said interrupting Taylor Swift was like stepping on a kitten!! That is just about right, as she is so sweet. He wouldn't have dared that with anyone else!
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Originally posted by aleon1018
YES, of course HE IS.
Of course BO just stated the obvious and owes Kayne no apology.
For some reason though, it seemed like a militant publicity stunt for his music. I wouldn't be at all surprised if some other "group" takes revenge on him.......in some form.
I think it was a stunt either way.
Is he really such a lush or was that Hennessy watered down?
I thought it was interesting that there's a Hennessy Black also.
Originally posted by JacKatMtn
Could it have been payback for this...