What do Pablo Picasso, Pablo Escobar, and St. Paul the apostle all have in common? Well, they are all 50% less relevant than Kanye West, according to Kanye West.
Mr. West made these claims during a backstage meltdown prior to his Saturday Night Live performance last weekend, where he rattled of a list of historical figures that are only half as well-known as himself. Though Yeezus has no polls or studies to back these stats, it didn't stop him from once again getting up on his soap box and inserting his head firmly up his ass.
The celebrity crazy person also used the opportunity to continue beating a long dead horse, taking yet another swing at 2016 Grammy Album of the Year-winner Taylor Swift, calling her a "fake ass," reports Vanity Fair.
In other news, Kanye has decided that his latest critically acclaimed album, "The Life of Pablo," will remain a Tidal streaming exclusive. This may yet be another boneheaded move on behalf of the troubled musician. While no one knows anyone who subscribes to Tidal (I mean come on, Spotify is free), chances are greater you may have a friend who is among the nearly one million people who are estimated to have bootlegged the album online.