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West VS. PETA: Kanye Fights Back With Fur-Loving Comments

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SGY-012407Kanye West is my worst!

The famous rap star is speaking out after PETA called him a “pathetic idiot” for wearing a fur pelt during Men’s Fashion Week in Paris.

On Friday, Kanye posted a response to PETA’s attack on his blog (which has subsequently been removed), saying:

I’m briefly saddened by negative comments, but I have to remember those people are scared, incapable or just plain idiots. We are the f**king rock stars baby. It’s funny to me when fashion bloggers down our outfits and then super jock outlandish s**t on the runway but they dress mad prude and don’t live fashion.

“Very few human beings are strong enough to take constant hate. If we don’t do what you feel is the s**t, you beat us up verbally and mentally. At the end of the day, who are we hurting? Since Barack is president blacks don’t like fur coats, red leather and fried chicken anymore? Remember clothing is a choice. We were born naked! Fresh is an opinion, love is objective, taste is selective and expression is my favourite elective.”

Can somebody please translate this rant for me, because I’m totally lost. Listen, we’re all for self-expression, but not when it comes at the price of cruelty and brutality.

What do you think of Kanye’s comments? Crazy as a loon, or right on par? Chime in and share your thoughts!

via: jam.canoe.ca

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