He’s known for his epic rants – and Kanye West did not disappoint during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
The outspoken rapper launched a seven-minute tirade where he tackled everything form bullying, fashion and “being real”.
Host Ellen could do nothing but sit in stunned silence as Kanye talked about “helping people” and at one point said he was shaking due to his passion for the subject.
It all started when Ellen asked Kanye – who was on the show to promote his new album The Life of Pablo – if he regretted anything he had posted on Twitter.
Kanye looked VERY pleased with himself
“Nope,” he replied. ” What’s the point in thinking?”
He also addressed asking Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg for cash to fund various projects – on Twitter.
Kanye admitted this probably wasn’t the best idea and began: “If I had more resources I could help more people.
“I have ideas that can make the human race existence within our 100 years better. Period.
Kanye regrets NOTHING
“I care about people. I was raised to do something, to make a difference.
“Picasso is dead, Walt Disney is dead, Steve Jobs is dead. Name someone living that you can name in the same breath as them.”
Will he ever stop?
At one point Kanye jumped out of his chair and rushed towards the audience, waving his hands in the air.
“I am an artist,” he continued. “I see sounds. I see the importance and the value of everyone being able to experience a more beautiful life.”
Kanye ended his speech by saying: “I’m sorry for the realness.”
We’re sorry too.