Friday, November 25, 2011

Kanye West launches into ANOTHER tirade about Taylor Swift and Matt Lauer



Here we go again! Kanye West, pictured here earlier this month, ranted about Taylor Swift and Matt Lauer during a performance at Bowery Ballroom in New York last night

Kanye West just doesn't know when to keep a lid on it.

The rapper and music producer has launched into yet another rant, airing his public grievances with singer Taylor Swift and Today Show host Matt Lauer.

The 33-year-old let loose during an impromptu performance at the Bowery Ballroom in New York where West was promoting his new album.

'Taylor never came to my defence at any interview,' West told the crowd.

'And rode the waves and rode it and rode it,' he claimed suggesting Taylor had used the now infamous stage storming incident at the 2009 VMA's to bolster her fame.

Kanye had previously apologised for his actions at the awards ceremony where he interrupted 20-year-old Taylor's acceptance speech for best female video to proclaim that the award should have been given to his friend Beyonce.

But clearly Kanye's apology was less than heartfelt after this current public outburst.

Taking another swipe: Kanye believes Swift, pictured here at the 2009 VMAs, used his antics to bolster her fame

Taylor, however, was not the only target of West's public outburst.

He also slammed Today Show host Matt Lauer with whom he had an on air dispute during a recent live interview.

West and Lauer were discussing President George Bush and how West had branded him a racist over his handling of the Katrina disaster.

Bush had said that West's comment was the 'lowest point' of his presidency.

Today show drama: Kanye also attacked TV host Lauer after his embarrassing appearance on the breakfast show

Kanye later became enraged when during the discussion, the Today show played a clip of his Taylor Swift stage storming incident.

'Because of the popularity of me, they exploited that... That's not what he f**king said!' West ranted to the crow at last night's concert.

'That's not what he said! He said it was one of his lowest moments. But it shows you---the way they try to villainize, the way they tried to do that.'

source: dailymail [endtext]