Kanye West in New Album 'Yeezus' Equals Himself to Jesus, Called 'Blasphemy' for Controversial Rants
By Rachel Liu, Crossmap On June 11, 2013
Kanye West, with his upcoming album "Yeezus," may be the most blasphemous rapper to date.
Sundy, the father of Kim Kardashian's upcoming baby debuted five tracks from his new album Yeezus at the Governors Ball Music Festival.
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"Yeezus" has a "dark, moody vibe that expands beyond his last two solo efforts," according to AP. It will be rolled out on June 18.
West is reportedly still adding finishing touches to the new album, but he has no interest in delaying Yeezus for marketing reasons, The Guardian reports.
In one track titled "I Am a God" Kanye West rants,
"I just talked to Jesus, and he said, 'What up, Yeezus?'
And I said, ‘S**t, I’m chilin.’”
To Christians, Kanye West may be the most controversial singer that put the patient love of Christ followers to severe test.
In a new number "Black Skinhead", West raps,
“If I don’t get ran out by Catholics, here come some conservative Baptists, saying he overreactin.”
The song's performance features background dancers in black KKK-style hoods.
Candace Cameron Bure, former Full House star and conservative Christian, recently called "Yeezus" a “blasphemy,” ridiculing Kanye for “comparing himself to Jesus.”
The fearless rapper, who obviously doesn't care an inch about God's wrath, made it clear that he would not give an ear to what people are saying, either.
“This is the part of the show where I start complaining about s**t,” Kanye told his audience in a concert, according to Radar Online.
“I’m just happy to be making music, happy to be able to perform that s**t for y’all. You know with this album, we ain’t drop no single to radio, we ain’t got no big NBA campaign, nothing like that. S**t, we ain’t got no cover," Kayne went on.
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Kanye further said he didn’t care about outside opinions or clique. We're sure he doesn't.
Since the rapper is seemingly calling himself Jesus, he would not even care about his girlfriend Kim Kardashian's pregnancy.
Kanye reportedly said he would not be in delivery room when Kim gives birth to their new baby, posing a threat to the lovebirds' relationship.
"He won't be in the delivery room, he's very squeamish and doesn't want to be around blood. This is Kim's worst nightmare," a source told In Touch Magazine.
"She's terrified he will miss the birth of their baby. She's having a massive freak-out about it."