collection buoying him up, it appears West is attempting to make amends for the two poorly received collections he showed in Paris in 2011 and 2012. Whether he will or not is yet to be seen. Two
things we can be sure of? 1. Kim Kardashian will be awkwardly decked out in his new designs in due course.
West "seemed like he was getting offended", one witness, jiu jitsu expert Samir Chantre , told the LA Times , but the rapper's full motivation is unclear: despite being surrounded by numerous
paparazzi, West only appears angry at Ramos. The fight is brief: a security guard quickly intervenes, yelling at them to stop, and West disappears into his car. By the time police and paramedics
arrived, West was long gone. Ramos had no visible signs of injury, according to the Times, but he said he had been hurt and was taken to hospital for treatment. LA police are reportedly
investigating the incident as a felony: attempted robbery. In another recent paparazzi video , West ordered photographers to stop talking to him.
By Zayda Rivera / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, July 22, 2013, 1:22 PM Comment Venturelli/WireImage Kanye West, who reportedly got into a scuffle with a photographer Friday, released his official
'Black Skinhead' music video Monday after a clip leaked in early July. Kanye West released the official version of his Black Skinhead music video Monday on his website . The Nick Knight-directed
video is an interactive experience that allows viewers to take charge of how they watch it by adjusting the speed and sound. It also gives them the ability to capture portions of it through
screen Kim Kardashian and Ray J watch online grabs. kanyewest.com The official Black Skinhead video debuted on Wests website on Monday.
Fans can also take screengrabs from the video at any point. Kanye West's music video for "Black Skinhead" has an interactive feature that allows viewers to slow down the speed of the video and
sound. Perhaps most tongue-in-cheek is the cursor, which changes into a hand with its middle finger up when users scroll over the video screen. Earlier this month, a leaked version of the clip
(stylized "BLKKK SKKKN HD") made its way onto the Internet, causing West to launch into a rant on his Twitter account. Kanye West's controversial new video features an image of three KKK members
draped in black hoods.