Kanye West Speaks On His Creative Vision, Being A Racist & His Attitude On Ustream

Kanye West did his first ever Ustream last night, giving audiences an opportunity to interview him. He spoke openly and candidly for 20 minutes, speaking about his new album, his next single choice, why he only follows one person on twitter, his creative vision, his latest video/”moving picture” and he addresses a viewer who called him a racist:

“I don’t know a rapper before me that liked white people more than me. I don’t know a rapper that wore tighter jeans. I don’t know a rapper that collaborated with more white people. I know what it is that I did that made people put it in a box like that but it never came from a place of racism. I’m not going to dial into that but I would just like to say in no way am I a racist. Sometimes it frustrates me when people call me names and try to down me like I’m not a real human being.”

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