Kayne West Reaction On Barack Obama Criticizing Him And Kim Kardashian
Kayne West is offended by Barack Obama criticizing him and Kim Kardashian because they're both Obama supporters and fans of President Barack Obama. Kayne West and Kim Kardashian believe the president's comments were insensible and rude.
Kanye when came to know about what the president said and he responded:
"Ain't like what Obama said is going to change anything," the source continues. "It ain't going to change how he and Kim live their lives. It's not about to change how much money they make. It's not going to change anything, not even how the fans think."
Kanye says he and President Obama actually have one thing in common - they are both trying to make history.
"Everybody know Kanye don't care s**t about being famous - he hates it," the source says. "All he's trying to do is inspire people through his music and go down in history as one of the greatest artist who ever held the mic. Same as Obama is trying to do as president - leave a legacy behind."As reported by HollywoodLife.com
Barack Obama has criticised Kim Kardashian and her family's reality TV shows for being bad influences on young people. President says 'Keeping Up' helps to create generation obsessed with wealth and celebrity
President Barack Obama criticized Kim Kardashian and her family, saying their reality TV shows have helped create a generation of youngsters who are obsessed with wealth and celebrity.
Mr. Obama singled out socialite Kim Kardashian and her rapper boyfriend Kanye West for particular criticism in a Kindle Singles interview during a visit to one of Amazon's warehouses in Tennessee.
Obama bemoaned the rise of reality TV shows and insisted celebrities who parade their wealth in front of fans have inadvertently changed the aspirations of young people.
He said, "The American dream involved some pretty basic stuff -- a good job where you felt some security, a good education ... People felt if they worked hard they could get there ... I don't think people went around saying to themselves, 'I need to have a 10,000-square-foot house' ... I think there has also been a shift in culture. We weren't exposed to the things we didn't have in the same way that kids these days are. There was not that window into the lifestyles of the rich and famous. Kids weren't monitoring every day what Kim Kardashian was wearing or where Kanye West was going on vacation and thinking that somehow that was the mark of success."
Kim Kardashian and her family have built up a reality TV kingdom over the last few years with "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" and their three spin-off series.
She also televised her much-hyped 2011 wedding to basketball player Kris Humphries as a small-screen special. As for West, it is not the first time Obama has clashed with the rapper. In 2009, the President famously branded him a "jacka--" for storming the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards to protest Taylor Swift's Best Female Artist win