The Twitter account that goes by Anonymous, best known for speaking out against Westboro Baptist Church and terrorists, takes on Kanye West in a new seven-minute long video.

The video, which you can view above, starts off with a clip from a Kanye West interview filmed after the 2015 Grammys. As you may recall, the rapper almost intercepted Beck, who was accepting his award for Album of the Year.

The clip is cut short as a Guy Fawkes mask appears on the screen, Kanye's "Power" begins to play and a voiceover declares themselves as "Anonymous."

"It seems that you just don't know when it is appropriate to blurt out your opinions," the voice says. "This is consistent with you. You always have to steal the moment from others who work equally as hard for their recognition. And you assume, and even expect, everyone else to be aligned with your personal opinions."

At this point, references to Kanye infamously stage-crashing Taylor Swift at the 2010 MTV VMAs appear on the screen as the voice continues.

"You're like a spoiled child in a grown man's body, who is ready to set off a boiling temper tantrum the moment you don't get all the things you want," the voice claims.

The video then goes on to address Kanye's deceased mother, asking if she would agree with Kim Kardashian's controversial Paper magazine photos. "There's nothing wrong with sacrificing your morality for a little bit of extra income and attention," the voice says. "Am I correct?"

The video even brings up Kanye's daughter North, noting that she will one day face the repercussions of his and Kim's actions.

Anonymous explains that while the collective once respected Kanye's originality and voice, they now are speaking out because "[Kanye disgraces] what we stand for. When you self proclaim to be a modern Renaissance prodigy in your radio and TV interviews, with such an obnoxious history, it pisses us off."

The video comes after Kanye West publicly apologized to Beck for criticizing the Album of the Year Grammy win, and threw in a bonus mea culpa to Bruno Mars. He even offered to collaborate, tweeting: "I also would love for Bruno to sing this hook on this song 88 Keys / Puff and I produced..."

You can check out Anonymous' full message to Kanye in the video above. Be warned, there's some NSFW language.

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