There’s Audio Of Kanye West’s SNL Meltdown- And It Includes Taylor Swift And Stanley Kubrick Bashing
Kanye West sure likes to make an impression.
The rapper called Taylor Swift a “fake ass” and called NBC staffers “white m———–s” during his epic meltdown backstage at “Saturday Night Live” last week, and now, there’s audio to prove it!
In an audio clip via Page Six, Kanye can be heard repeatedly yelling at “SNL” production staff, “Don’t f–k with me,”calling out people for being crazy, saying how influential he is and especially giving shout outs to Stanley Kubrick and Pablo Picasso, all because he was upset that some of the staff ripped up some shiny flooring because it was messing with the stage lights. Hey, don’t mess with Yeezy’s flooring, I guess?
Then the hotheaded rapper went on to proclaim that he is “50 percent more influential” than legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, Pablo Picasso, St. Paul the Apostle — who was handpicked by Christ to deliver the gospel — and even the notorious drug runner Pablo Escobar.
Kanye can be heard ranting, “Are they f—–g crazy? Whoa by 50 percent [I am more influential than] Stanley Kubrick, Picasso, Apostle Paul, f—–g Picasso and Escobar. By 50 percent more influential than any other human being. Don’t f–k with me. Don’t f–k with me. Don’t f–k with me. By 50 percent dead or alive, by 50 percent for the next 1,000 years. Stanley Kubrick, ‘Ye.”
He can also be heard yelling, “Look at that s–t they took my f—–g stage off’a ‘SNL’ without asking me. I am bummed … If I am going to do this, we are breaking the m———–g Internet.”
(Via Page Six)
Check out the clip for yourself. And hey, this must make Melissa McCarthy- the primary guest that week- look like an angel.