Kanye Is Pissed At The Today Show



It’s safe to say Kanye West is less than pleased with his interview on the “Today” show. Kanye sat down with Matt Lauer earlier this week to apologize for the comments he made about president George W. Bush during a 2005 Hurricane Katrina telethon. “Today” aired a preview of Kanye’s interview on Tuesday, but managed to anger the rap superstar by including footage of him interrupting Taylor Swift at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. Kanye has since tweeted, quote, “I don’t mess with Matt Lauer or the Today Show…and that’s a very nice way for me to put it.” Kanye goes on to say that Lauer tried to force his answers, noting that the entire interview was “very brutal.” Kanye adds, quote, “I felt very alone very used very tortured very forced very misunderstood very hollow very very misused. I don’t trust anybody but myself! Everyone has an agenda. I don’t do press anymore.

Heres part of the interview


  1. I feel that everyone should forgive Kanye West for his comments about the president and for Swift comments. He spoke before he realized that Beyonce would be awarded later in the show. I myself felt good when he made the comment because I felt like the award should have went to Beyonce.There was million of people who felt the same. He made a mistake and Mile should have never embarrased him the way he did I felt he was out of place because Kanye has suffered enough. Everyone is making him feel like anything he says from now own will be questioned, Let the man be, he is a great performer.,

  2. As off as Kanye seems to be at times, I have a new found respect for him for not only speaking his mind and saying what we all said about Bush response or the lack of to New Orleans, but also for standing firm against Matt Lauer and not allowing him to put words in his mouth. Then let’s not forget when Bush and former President Bill Clinton went to Hati, after shaking some of the locals hands Bush wiped his hand on B.C. shirt. More people need to speak up, the United States is a very racist country, just listen to them say we want our country back and not giving President Obama respect with acknowledgement of being president. I”M JUST SAYING!!!!!

  3. Vision is right about the U.S. being a racist country. When I lived in southern Illinois, it was understood that Black people could not eat in certain restaurants, sleep in certain hotels, or shop in certain stores. Here, in northern Illinois, things are much more subtle. Black people are excluded from the police department, factories, schools, and construction. As a Black, older, educated female I feel like I have to work twice as hard as a white, young, uneducated male who does not have half of the work ethic that I do. The laws against discrimination are such that to prove racism is one thing, to prove that it is deliberate is a whole different matter. There was one thing about the South; there was no doubt whatsoever that you were hated because of the color of your skin. Here in the north you are hated just as much, but the laws do not allow those who discriminate to come right out and tell you so. In the case of George Bush, I do not think it was so much a case of racism, as it was ignorance, and incompetence.


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