Kim Kardashian West really has changed Kanye West for the better!
Although some people may disagree due to the abrupt comments he made about Beck winning Album of the Year over Beyoncé at the Grammys, the singer revealed being in contact with the Kardashian ladies made him a stronger man!
Say what you want about Kim K and her family, but the Dash Dolls do have positive influence.
[ Photos: Kanye Has Loved Kim From The Very Beginning! ]
Yeezy candidly opened up about the reality TV fam and his past and present views on women in this new interview with Complex magazine.
"Before, when I drove down the street I would see these brands and think they're really desirable for a girl who would dream of one day walking in that runway show or something like that. And that's a, you know, dated view and degrading to women, in a way.
Because when I was a single bachelor rapper, and with the access that I had, I realized that I wasn't respecting women the way I needed to. God has an amazing way of teaching people, and literally for two years I lived with all alpha females and a daughter, you know? [Laughs] So I had to learn to really do what my mother taught me, and become the man she always knew I could be, and bow as a creative.
You know those photos that you see with me getting on my knees in front of the paparazzi to fix Kim's pant leg? That's what I want to do for the world. I want to get on my knees and fix everyone's pant leg, if they'll have me. If they'll have me make that adjustment. I want to look at a festival and see what all the kids are wearing, and then say, 'Hey I want them to feel like they're wearing the exact same thing, but somehow just a more informed version.'"
Everything works in mysterious ways, but we're glad this one turned out for the better!
Kanyeezy just needed someone to put him in his place when it comes to women — and who better to do it than the strong, independent Kardashian females?!
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]
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