Kanye West Tells ‘SNL’: “Don’t F*ck With Me!” — LISTEN TO LEAKED AUDIO

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Kanye West Blasts Taylor Swift SNL

By Jesse Spero |

Kanye West Blasts Taylor Swift SNL

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Kanye West sounded off on “Saturday Night Live” staffers in an expletive-laden rant shortly before he performed on the NBC sketch comedy series last weekend, and it was all caught on tape. The rapper also again went after Taylor Swift, and boasted how he’s 50 percent more influential than “any other human being… dead or alive.” Listen to West’s rant below.

In newly-released audio obtained by the <strong>New York Post, the rapper reportedly exploded when “SNL” staffers altered the stage he was set to perform on. He’s heard saying, “Look at that sh*t! They took my f*cking stage off a ‘SNL’ without asking me. I am bummed… If I am going to do this we are breaking the motherf*cking Internet.” West then repeatedly yells, “Don’t f*ck with me!”

West can also be heard on the tape calling Swift a “fake *ss.” This is just the latest of inappropriate comments the rapper has made about her. As Gossip Cop reported, West recently got blasted for lyrics in his new song “Famous” that included, “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that bitch famous.” Of course, it’s not true that he made her famous, nor was his subsequent tweet in which he claimed, “I’ve never dissed” Swift.

West goes on in the new audio to professes that his artistic influence surpasses many notable people, past and present. “Are they f*cking crazy? Whoa, by 50 percent [I am more influential than] Stanley Kubrick, Picasso, Apostle Paul, motherf**cking Picasso and Escobar,” he says. “By 50 percent more influential than any other human being… by 50 percent dead or alive, by 50 percent for the next 1,000 years. Stanley Kubrick, ‘Ye.'”

West’s rep has denied the rapper called “SNL” staffers “white motherf*ckers,” but declined to comment on the new audio. Hear West’s curse-filled rant in the clip below.


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