On Twitter, of course.
After the airing of his very controversial interview with Matt Lauer yesterday, Kanye West took to his Twitter to clear up a few things. Mainly, he wanted to confirm that he would not be returning to perform on the show later this month as Matt had indicated.
In a Twitter rant of epic proportions, 'Ye delved into detail about his reasons for canceling on the show. He wrote:
"I'm not performing on the 'Today' show for obvious reasons. I'm so happy the world got to see a small piece of 'the set up.' I blatantly said I'm not performing [on the show] on a tweet … and the next day they still announced a performance … Do you guys see what I'm saying now? This is just a small slice of the day-to-day bullshit that goes on that helps to precipitate the idea that I'm such an asshole. Cause when I don't perform 'Oh Nooow I'm the one that's crazy or a jerk.' "
He then goes on for a series of tweets, discussing almost every second of his interview with Matt in great detail. He finished out the rant by taking the high road, so to speak, and extending a truce to Matt. Kanye wrote:
"I don't hate Matt Lauer … we don't promote hate. That's the whole point. I promote love and truth. You know what? We off that! They made a mistake. They thought they could pull it but they couldn't. That was just a small representation of a bigger media play that's been going on since the beginning of time. All positive energy … all smiles. Much love to Matt and the whole 'Today' show. I accept ya'll future apology in advance."
Perhaps that is too much in advance, considering that Matt has already told the press that he doesn't take back any of the things he said. Chances are, The Today Show will have his back on that.
But at least 'Ye isn't planning on dwelling on this…hopefully.
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