Kanye West is at it again with his wild statements, dishing on various topics during his interview with Drink Champs on Revolt TV.
During the discussion, the 44-year-old Chicago native called himself "young Putin" said he was the "king of culture."
"Gap, Adidas - I drive them," he claimed. "I am Putin. I am young Putin. I realized that I Vladimir when I realized that culture is oil, culture is energy. And I am the king of culture in the last 20 years and the next 2,000 years."
Putin is a soviet dictator who had been in power of Russia for over a decade. He is known for his macho image and the demonstration that his country can violate the human rights of its citizen and others without having to face serious consequences.
Therefore, it's very controversial for the rapper to be comparing himself to such a figure.
Besides Putin's remark, Kanye also spoke about the law career of the mother of his children. He claimed many "people" did not want Kim to pursue the legal profession due to the fear of her new image.
"I feel like there's people who might not want Kim Kardashian to become a lawyer," he shared. "Because you know what happens when Kim Kardashian becomes a lawyer, that shirt gets a little bit higher, the cleavage gets a little bit more covered up. 14-year-old girls, 17-year-old girls that's posing a little bit, they wanna become a lawyer."
Ye continued by saying his wife has a significant influence on people's lives.
"She affects people in that way, and it's people that don't want her to affect these women in that way, they want her to affect them in that other way," he explained.
We also reported that the rapper seemed to be confused when he spoke about not seeing divorce papers. Radar presented solid evidence that he signed the petition himself.
In the document, Kanye admitted the relationship was over due to "irreconcilable differences."