Kanye West wept, grabs Kim’s butt, apologises to Bruno Mars and Beck – 24 hours in the life of a ‘brilliant madman’

by Chinwe Okafor

We followed his life in the public eye, within the last 24 hours, and as always, he didn’t fail to entertain.

Here is a peep into Kanye West’s world in pictures and words.

No Kim tattoo?- Kanye Inks North West & his mum’s birth dates

Kanye West just tattooed North West and his Late mum’s birth dates in Romania numerals. Kim said she talked him out of getting a face tattoo but apparently she couldn’t talk him into getting her own date inscribed onto her husband’s hands.

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Kanye Grabs Kim Kardashian’s Butt

Kimye were spotted on a date Dorchester Hotel and Kanye did a rather normal thing.

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Kanye West publicly apologizes to Beck & Bruno Mars for hating on them

Well this is awkward. Kanye pulled a Kanye during the Grammy’s when he approached Beck to once again, say that Beyonce deserved the award and not the pop artiste. Today, Kanye took to his Twitter account to apologize to him.

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That wasn’t half the surprising part. This below was. Who would have thought?

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Meanwhile, Madonna in a new interview with Rolling stone, spoke about Kanye West.

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According to her, “He’s a brilliant madman. He can’t help himself. Like, he doesn’t have the same filters other people have. He has to blurt things out – he’s always saying inappropriate stuff. But he also has brilliant ideas in the studio, if you can get him to pay attention long enough. I don’t always agree with the things he says or does – I don’t always like his music, even. But he’s a beautiful mess. I love him. I think he takes award shows too seriously. I never got too engaged with who wins awards or not, because I don’t honestly think it’s that important. So that part of him I can’t relate to. Like, what’s the point of fighting for somebody to…like, ‘This person should have got it’? Don’t come to an award show looking for justice!”

Kanye West wept.

Kanye West was a guest for a 45-minute interview with BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe to discuss his music and his work in fashion. During the interview, he became extremely emotional when discussing the late Louise Wilson. Wilson, who died in 2014, was an instructor at the London art school Central Saint Martins.

West called Wilson the “baddest professor” of fashion. She was “notorious for not letting people stop at a 7, at an 8. [She pushed] people to a 12.” West called the work of designers who studied under Wilson, including Alber Elbaz and Alexander McQueen, a “12.”

Then his emotions take over as he recounts one of his last meetings with her.

“The last time I saw her….I think she knew she was going to pass and she just wanted to give me some words of advice going forward. She was asking me about my daughter, my wife, and she said, ‘so many students, they don’t give it their all, and the problem is, as soon as they do anything halfway good when they’re two years old, three years old, their parents clap.’ And she just looked at me and she said, ‘Kanye, don’t clap…I didn’t know we were going to lose her.”

“She said, ‘thank you for the times where we came to performances,’ and this really meant a lot to me,” West said. It was at this moment when he broke down in tears, overcome with emotions thinking about his late friend. Lowe gives West a moment to collect himself before moving on to another subject.

“That’s never happened to me in an interview before,” West said.

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