After a few weeks of industrial silence and keeping a low profile, Kanye West returned to Suru.
The controversial rapper, who in recent months has expressed himself in a distinctly anti-Semitic manner and was thrown from almost every existing social network because of it, was recorded confronting a paparazzi photographer after leaving a tanning salon in West Hollywood.
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The incident happened on Monday this week, when West and his partner, 28-year-old Australian designer Bianca Sensori, were about to get into their car.
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When West noticed that the cameraman was filming him while congratulating the couple on their honeymoon (the two are rumored to have recently married), he approached the cameraman and said (among other things) the following, which we edited and shortened: "Stop, just stop bro. Already You get the picture. Do you know the first time I took medication (for mental health treatment)? After I got mad at the paparazzi.
"Do you know who it was? The same one who photographed Britney. My father was a photojournalist. There has to be some kind of balance, some kind of dialogue. I can't live in California like a caged animal."
Harsh statements about Jews.
Kanye West, photo: AFP
Although the photographer apologized to Kanye and said that he respects him and appreciates his talent, the rapper continued on his own.
He demanded to know which media organization the photographer works for ("I am independent") and even asked for payment for the documentation.
"The media has no right to pop up just like that and take pictures of us. I have no say over the pictures. You find out where we are and take pictures of us, but what percentage of the money do we get for these pictures?"
After the photographer explained to Kanye that California law allows him to photograph him in public places and apologized again, the rapper asked the photographer how he would feel if he took his camera, and approached him in a rather threatening manner.
"For people to know, for all the paparazzi to know, it's over," West announced before hanging up, as the cameraman backed away.
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