Kanye West: ‘No more interviews’

November 12th, 2010 - 1:05 am ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

kid-cudi-rev-of-ev Los Angeles, Nov 11 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Rapper Kanye West has pleaded with all that he does not want to grant anymore interviews. The singer wrote on his Twitter page that he feels he is making more mistakes with the interviews that he is granting and pleaded that he does not want to do any interviews.

He wrote that, “I can’t come up with some magic trick to make people like me.” He felt that he was being asked too much during interviews. He is currently promoting his new album and revealed on his Twitter page that, “I’ve made mistakes, I’ve paid the price, now it is what it is. I’m gonna make this art but I’m not going to be scrutinized as a human being”.

He seemed particularly disturbed about his recent fracas with the former president of the United States, George W. Bush. He wrote that, “No more [George W.] Bush questions”, referring to that incident. During the aftermath of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, the rapper reportedly told fans during a charity concert that President George W. Bush didn’t care about blacks. That comment didn’t go down well with President Bush but he revealed recently in his book that he has forgiven the rapper concerning the comments.

After the comment, Kanye explained that he made the statement out of frustration.

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