The “good life” sure has changed for Kanye West!
Gone are his days of popping champagne on the plane and hanging out with girls who aren’t on TV because they have more ass than the models (we can only assume Kim Kardashian is the TV exception to the rule).
Nowadays he’s all about tap class and suburbs and planning birthday parties for children who aren’t old enough to appreciate them (we’re lookin’ at you, North)!
This is Kanye’s life now, we guess. Yawn. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
“Right now I just want to take some time to really focus on my album… Focus on North’s birthday, just focus on my family and then be able to recharge, energize and then bring something of value,” he told Hot 97.
“I’m completely boring actually. I don’t wanna kill the blogs and the media takeout and everything, I’m so boring.”
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No, really, though. The father-of-one — who is expecting baby No. 2 — went on to describe his typical day… And dude is boring.
“All I do is go to the studio every day. At this point, I’m like, ‘I’m ridin’ through the ‘burbs with no woes,’” he joked — referencing Drake’s lyrics from "Know Yourself."
“I’m not going nowhere with no woes. I’m not at the club… I gotta focus on the kids. I gotta take ‘em to tap class, and you know, all types of gym class, where they do all types of swings.”
Kanye and his tiny dancer. (Photo Credit: Splash)
Oh. Okay. If you say so, Ye.
Kanye goes on to say that he’s “in [his] own zone.” Presumably that same one he raps about in "N**as in Paris." As in, “You are now watching the throne, don’t let me get in my zone…”
All we’re saying is this was NOT supposed to happen… Someone effed up big time.
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Anyway, Yeezy also made it clear that he's well aware of his, uh, reputation.
“People will say, ‘Wow, you’re like, nice!’ Like I’m walking around actually turning over furniture everywhere I go just because I had a period in my life where I expressed my frustrations at not being able to create in other fields,” he explained.
Just your run-of-the-mill Met Gala for the Wests. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
He continued, “I did interviews about it and I was able to create and in other fields and I killed it. Obviously what I was stressing about was correct. Maybe a lot of people that might not have that aspiration can see... misinterpret my passion and misinterpret my understanding of the opportunities we should have as being overly aggressive. If the situation ain't right, you have to be."
He’s right, you know. It’s like you write, what, one nasty tweet because Jimmy Kimmel doesn’t respect your vision of leather jogging shorts and all of the sudden you’re a bad guy forever?!