The sheer quantity of tantrums, potshots and straight-up delusional proclamations that have exited Kanye West's mouth this year have become too numerous to count.
Kanye has chosen Twitter as the primary outlet for his word vomit, but a few weeks ago we actually got to hear Kanye in the midst of a meltdown at Saturday Night Live on the night of his performance.
The rapper was upset that the stage design had been changed on him without notice and was understandably upset.
But in his expletive-filled tirade, he called Taylor Swift a "fake ass," shouted that he was 50 percent more influential than Pablo Picasso and Paul the Apostle and screamed "Don't f*ck with me!" numerous times.
Lorne Michaels, SNL creator and executive producer, has now broken his silence on the Kanye incident, and his response sounds a lot like the work of a seasoned PR pro.
"That happened in his dressing room," Michaels told E! News. "Kanye's been on the show a lot of years, and it's always different. He's an artist, you know? A great artist."
Actually, it sounds like Kanye crafted his response. Guess he's got Michaels drinking the Kool-Aid, too (or he's just covering his own butt).
"He just always delivers, and he's Kanye," Michaels added.
Let's all try this at work: throw an uncensored, no-holds-barred, spitting hissy fit, then use the excuse of "I'm an artist, and I'm me" and see how that goes over.
If you're as crafty as Kanye, your co-workers will be kissing your ass and praising your creativity in no time. Expect a promotion.