OMG, does this mean that Kanye is going on another one of his rants.
By Brett Malec/E! News — We’re getting some more insight on what transpired ahead of Kim Kardashian’s weekend wedding to Kanye West, with a source setting the record straight on Beyoncé and Jay Z’s absence from the event.
Beyoncé and Jay Z, decided not to attend after all the elevator drama that went down with Solange Knowles earlier this month after designer Rachel Roy (a Best Friend/BFF of Kim’s) reportedly engaged in some flirting with Jay on the night of the Met Gala.
“Given Kim and Kanye’s list of celeb friends, surprisingly, they didn’t invite that many,” a source says. “They wanted it to be a small and intimate wedding. Jay Z and Beyoncé were invited but didn’t come, seemingly to avoid drama from Rachel Roy who was going. In the end, the wedding was full of love and super intimate.”
Despite not being in attendance, Bey did send Kim…
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Following the release of Kanye West’s sixth studio album,Yeezus, and the launch of his “Yeezus” tour, the Chicago rapper has taken part in countless interviews while off stage and has engaged in what he calls
“visionary streams of consciousness”
while on stage.
Using both outlets, the G.O.O.D. Music emcee has remained heavily vocal when it concerns his opinions on music, fashion and art, among other topics.
But during his latest and final tour rant, Kanye revealed that he may soon be keeping his thoughts to himself for quite some time. While performing at his final “Yeezus” tour stop in Toronto, ‘Ye informed those in attendance to soak in his words since it might be the last time he expresses his opinion for up to a few months.
“Everything I’m saying that’s not allowed, soak it in right now…this might be the last time y’all hear me talk sh*t for a…
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Whether you love him or hate him, almost everyone can agree that Kanye West is a media figure with a loud voice and great influence. Author Julius Bailey seems to agree, as he’s releasing an honest to goodness textbook about the infamous emcee/producer.
“The Cultural Impact of Kanye West” will weigh in on the cultural impact that West’s work has had over the course of the last decade and will look at the “moral and social implications of West’s words, images, and music in the broader context of Western civilization’s preconceived ideas…,” according to Amazon.com.
Bailey himself is no stranger to writing books about the contributions of hip hop artists to Western culture. His last book, “Jay-Z: Essays On Hip Hop’s Philosopher King,” dissected Hov and his music back in 2011.
You can expect to read about West’s contributions to Western civilization in early March 2014. Better go digging for…
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