Kanye West should just really stop talking. Period.
According to a new report, the rapper put his foot in his mouth—again—during his deposition for the case in which he allegedly hit a photographer at LAX last July.
The photog's lawyer, Nate Goldberg, reportedly questioned Yeezus about the lyric, "I hate these n---as more than a Nazi," from his song, "Flashing Lights."
The transcript alleges Goldberg asked, "So why did you say that you hate the paparazzi more than the Nazis?"
"'Cause that's what I wanted to say in that song," Kanye replied.
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Kanye's lawyer quickly recognized the possibility of a train-wreck and reportedly jumped in in an attempt to steer the conversation away from that particular question.
Goldberg tried to continue, by stating it's "legitimate" for him to ask about the song because it shows Kanye's hatred for paparazzi, TMZ reports.
But again, Kanye's lawyer prevented him from saying anything else. Thank goodness.