Now, the outspoken artist has taken things a step further, measuring his public prominence against
the president of the United States. West stopped by "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" Tuesday with a stunning case on the syndicated radio program for why he and fiancee Kim Kardashian are more
influential than the first couple. During the interview, West was frank in his assessment of his influence on popular culture. "People get really hung up in the way I word things, but I'm the
best," he told Seacrest. "That's the bottom line." Kanye West Opens Up About Kim Kardashian Proposal, Possible 'Fighter Jets' at Wedding Despite the self-confidence, the 36-year-old rapper
expressed frustration with being held back by "classism." Such bias is not only stalling his career, he said, but is holding back his fiancee, reality star Kim Kardashian. "Now for me, what I
want to create isn't about black and white, but the reason why I'm not able to create what I want to create is about being black and is about classism," he explained.
"It's no way Kim Kardashian shouldn't be on the cover of Vogue," West continued. "She's like the most intriguing woman right now. Barbara Walters is calling every day. Of course, we're the most
interesting and collectively we're the most influential, especially in clothing." See: Kim Kardashian Through the Years With a steady stream of superlatives, West makes his point clear: He
believes he and Kardashian are tops, better even than the first couple of the United States. "No one is looking at what [President] Obama is wearing," he said.
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Shes got Barbara Walters calling her like everyday, he told Ryan Seacrest Tuesday morning. And collectively, were the most influential with clothing. No one is looking at what [President Barack
Obama] is wearing, he said. Michelle Obama cannot Instagram a pic like what my girl Instagrammed the other day. ( source ) Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour passed Kim over for a coveted cover
earlier this year and Kanyes still not happy about it. Hes also still insulted that the high-profile fashion magazine cut Kim out of a photo featuring him at the MET Costume Gala earlier this
Kim Kardashian 's fiance continued his Yeezus tour at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Monday, Oct. 28, and his future sister-in-law Khloe Kardashian attended the show with a date: Her
estranged husband, Lamar Odom. PHOTOS: Khloe and Lamar's romance In their first public joint outing in months, Khloe, 29, walked into the VIP section with Odom, 33, with her mom Kris Jenner , and
the trio joined other family members: a svelte, sexy Kim, their brother Rob Kardashian, half-sister Kendall Jenner, and celeb pals like Fergie and Russell Simmons. PHOTOS: Khloe's body evolution
With the group enjoying bottle service (including Veuve Cliquot champagne) during the show, Khloe sat next to her husband of four years; at one point during the night, "Kim and Lamar were dancing
together and high-fived," an observer tells Us Weekly . Wearing a black tee and leather leggings, Khloe looked "amazing," the witness adds. Other A-list attendees during the evening included
Jessica Alba and Ashley Benson.
During the interview, West was frank in his assessment of his influence on popular culture. "People get really hung up in the way I word things, but I'm the best," he told Seacrest. "That's the
bottom line." Kanye West Opens Up About Kim Kardashian Proposal, Possible 'Fighter Jets' at Wedding Despite the self-confidence, the 36-year-old rapper expressed frustration with being held back
by "classism." Such bias is not only stalling his career, he said, but is holding back his fiancee, reality star Kim Kardashian. "Now for me, what I want to create isn't about black and white,
but the reason why I'm not able to create what I want to create is about being black and is about classism," he explained. "And that's that wall when I took my girl to the Met Ball and they put
it up on Vogue.com and tried to say she wasn't there because they didn't want a reality show girl there. "It's no way Kim Kardashian shouldn't be on the cover of Vogue," West continued.
Khloe Kardashian: Krushed by Kim Kardashian Engagement! October 30, 2013 2:54 pm . Comments 0 In the aftermath of Kanye West and http://www.kardashiantape.org/ Kim Kardashian's engagement, Khloe Kardashian Tweeted that she was crying tears of joy over the good news. But the latest issue
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En una entrevista con Ryan Seacrest, aseguro que ahora sera llamada Kim Kardashian West. Simplemente supe que queria que ella fuera mi chica desde hace mucho tiempo. Recuerdo que vi una foto de
ella y de Paris Hilton, me acuerdo que le dije a un amigo: Viste a esa chica Kim Kardishon?, conto.
At her 33rd birthday party last Friday night, Kim Kardashian reportedly told E! news that she will be taking Kanye West's last name when the duo exchange "I dos." The reality starlet will,
however, keep Kardashian in the mix, using it as a middle name. "It'll be Kim Kardashian West," the newly-engaged mom told the network. After all, who is Kim without the name Kardashian following
'The guy who organized it was talking about this romantic lighting and I was like, "Enough already! We're at a baseball field. It has to be fully lit!" That was one of the things that was making
me really mad. 'I was like, "Let me do it like how I would do it."' He told 97.1 AMP Radio station he felt his proposal was patriotic. 'I just thought of it. It seemed so all-American.