Yeezy blasts corporations and sellouts in passionate speech.
Kanye West is at it again. Yeezus hit up Pusha T's My Name Is My Name listening party in New York City last night and pretty much stole the show with a passionate speech congratulating his G.O.O.D. Music artist and slamming the corporations he doesn't "give a f--- about."
Clearly hyped "off that [Grey] Goose" vodka he drank (and the crowd egging him on) West grabbed the mic first to salute Pusha as the "heart of the muthaf---in' culture, for you culture vultures," and got more animated with each sentence. "I don't give a f--- about these corporations, none of these f---in' sellouts!" he yelled. "This is muthaf---in' Pusha T! This is what the f--- we make!
"We make good music. We don't give a f--- about how much goddamn money you make. We make good music!"
Working up a sweat at this point, the 36-year-old shouted out DONDA, creative director Matt Williams, Virgial Abloh of Pyrex Vision, and Ferris Bueller before another "This is muthaf---in' Pusha T" declaration.
Meanwhile, King Push looked pretty skilled in dealing with a West rant, he mostly stood there and let his boss have full run of the floor.
My Name Is My Name drops Oct. 8.
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