Kanye West performed in Philadelphia last night and, as has been the case with almost all of his concerts of late, attendees got one of Kanye's rants free with the price of admission.
This time around, Kanye took some time to talk about class, and throw some shade at the media, most celebrities, and comedian Jay Pharoah, who parodied the rapper last weekend at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Closing out the first night of the Made in America Music Festival, Kanye began his diatribe by calling out the media.
"They want to make a joke out of how hard we work," West said, according to Penn Live.
"It's fine and all funny and everything, but don't distract from our vision. It's not a joke what we do up here. This music that we do is not a joke. What we do culturally is not a joke."
Then, he told the audience that after seeing the VMAs, he called up Saturday Night Live star Pharoah to educate him.
"I called Jay Pharoah right after the MTV awards," he told the audience. "I said, 'I appreciate your show, but let me tell you about my story. Let me tell you about what I went through to get to that position.'"
That must have been a terrifying phone call for Mr. Pharoah.
Also targeted, every celebrity who ever attended an awards show.
"I'll be sitting around award shows looking around at [expletive] like 'I'm the only one here who's not crazy,'" West said.
Finally, he talked about how class, which is what makes us want to earn money to buy things like a Mercedes, or send our children to the best private school. It was all a bit confusing.
Then, he told everyone to love one another.
Take a listen above.