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Kanye West made his highly anticipated return to “The Breakfast Club” this morning and as we expected, he was more than ready to defend his wife Kim Kardashian’s honor and bash his ex, Amber Rose in the process.

In case you missed it, Amber Rose and Kimmy Cake’s sister Khloe got into a heated argument on Twitter when Amber called Kim a “whore” for sending Kanye nude pics and texts while they were together back in 2008.

Yeezus was less than pleased. “It’s very hard for a woman to wanna be with someone that’s with Amber Rose,” he told Charlamagne. “I had to take thirty showers before I got with Kim.”

Needle jumps off the record. Boy please, Kim Kardashian has a damn sex tape with Ray J. If that wasn’t shady boots enough, he also said, “If Kim wanted to date me when I wanted, there wouldn’t be an Amber Rose.”

Oh no he didn’t.

And while he couldn’t speak on Tyga and Kylie Jenner’s rumored relationship — the very issue that sparked this entire debacle in the first place — he did say, “I think he got in early, I think he was smart. They are closer in age than a lot of relationships that I know. I knew Tyga was smart.” Then added he “can’t speak on nobodies relationship.”

Ye also squashed rumors that Bey and Kim aren’t cool. In fact he said Beyonce has pictures of Kim Kardashian on the wall in her studio and Kim K listens to “7/11” all the time.

Insert wide eye emoji.

Check out some more memorable Yeezus quotes from the interview courtesy of

On hearing Beck’s Morning Phase album during dinner with Taylor Swift:

“The other day I went to dinner and sat down with Taylor Swift and ironically they were playing the Beck album, I was like man, this is kinda good I ain’t gonna lie [Laughs]. I hadn’t even heard it [before the rant]. I bet you the album is really good. I’m gonna listen to [it] and maybe it was potentially Album of the Year.”

On getting scolded for bringing North West to fashion shows: 

“I mean, think about it, no one could tell me where to [bring] my child or not.”

On Kim K’s nude magazine spreads:

“She could get naked if she wants to. It’s not illegal. And think about this, if Adam had never ate the apple we would all be naked.”

On reconnecting with Dame Dash and working on films:

“He presented me to the world, I wouldn’t have a record deal if it wasn’t for Dame Dash… “We creating something new now in the fashion world and in the film world.”

On Drake fueling his excitement with rap:

“I went to this Drake concert in Germany, I flew to the concert to go see it, and he got this one line where he says something about people falling in love with famous girls and they don’t be working as much. So he rapped it, and he knew I was in the concert and he like looked down and stuff [Laughs]  and he was right. I gotta get on my job. That’s why I got on trending of “Blessings” — Hello I’m back.”

On “Wolves” being originally the title to a planned collaborative album with Drake:

“I’m just going to go along and say because maybe this will promote it happening but the “Wolves” song came from a conversation that me and Drake had, where we were going to do an album together and the album is called Wolves.

Me and Jay started talking about Watch the Throne, then Drake went and did all the records with Lil Wayne and did the tour, so we never did it. But I just went out in the world, if y’all don’t like it y’all can send it right back [Laughs].

I asked him, we talked about it and he said yeah we was gonna do it. And actually he was sending beats back and forth and I got this one record with Young Thug that I’m gonna put on Rihanna’s album. I know I’m giving a lot of information.”

Watch the full interview, below:


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