Kanye West doesn't ask for much, people.
Oh, and he's also seeking god-like status.
In another epic rant, West took to the stage Saturday night (in a mask, of course) at Madison Square Garden and want off on how Hedi Slimane has not treated him like a deity.
“He was once a friend of mine, in the time of Christian Dior,” Kanye said of the creative director for Saint Laurent. “And I used to wear his tight-ass jeans when I was on tour and get called names for it…
"And Hedi Slimane was a god who didn’t serve no bullsh-t… But it takes a god to recognize another god. So when he told me you can come to my show, but you can’t come to see Phoebe [Philo] and you can’t come to see Riccardo [Tisci], that was odd. He tried to control me! He tried to tell me where I could go!”
And no one puts Kanye in a corner, readers!
Kanye went on to slam Nike, as well, blaming the company for the delay of the latest Air Yeezy II.
“They try to act like people ain’t line up for the Yeezys,” Kanye yelled. “[Nike CEO] Mark Parker tried to sun me. Yes. Sun me because I am the sun and I will shine bright. And when I don’t have as much money as a billionaire and when I don’t have the factories that dude has over there, what I do have is my voice.
"Ain’t no corporation that can take me away from my voice and I’m going to scream at the top of my motherf-cking mountain as loud as I want. Anything I want. Whenever I want. Is that crazy?”
Finally, 'Ye gave a shout-out to Google CEO Eric Schmidt, telling the confused crowd:
“Let’s pray he gives me a chance.”
Seriously. Everyone, please stop what you are doing and pray that this important event takes place.