Kanye West is many of many fortunes and talents, but he is not without regrets, since he is human. Yeezy revealed that which is his biggest regret and no, it has nothing to do with leather sweatpants, Jimmy Kimmel tweets, fighting photogs or calling himself a genius. It's actually much more serious and touching.
Bonnaroo, held in Manchester, Tenn., is one of the most anticipated festivals of the summer season. With 150 acts set to appear across 10 stages, it's a huge, four-day event, taking place June 12-15. This year's headliners are sure to delight pop music fans, with Kanye West returning and Elton John making his first appearance in 2014.
Bret Easton Ellis is known for his books that satirized the absurdity of the "me" culture of the 1980s, mixing the glam with gore. His novel 'American Psycho' is one such example. In a recent chat, he confirmed that he and Kanye West have a film collabo in the works, based on the rapper's latest 'Yeezus.' So what's that about?
Kanye West going on a rant is nothing new. The rapper took the stage in Newark, N.J. on Saturday, Feb. 15 to deliver a 12-minute soliloquy about the trajectory of his career, his fellow rappers and the media's fear of interracial relationships. He was actually quite funny in several parts.