Kanye West Tells 'White Publications,' Don't Write About Black Music

"I love love love white people but you don't understand what it means to be the great grandson of ex slaves."

Kanye West, the massively egotistical rapper who intends to run for President in 2020, tweeted Monday night asking so-called "white publications" not to write about "black music" anymore.

According to Yahoo! News, West singled out The New York TimesRolling Stone and Pitchfork as "white publications" and declared to his nearly 19 million Twitter followers that they should not be writing about black music:




Why shouldn't they, you wonder? Then again, perhaps you don't care about Kanye. But no matter - Kanye cares deeply about Kanye, so he's going to tell you whether you care or not:



Why is it such a feat to make it as far as he has? He'll tell you:



Despite living in this "system designed to make blacks fail," where "white publications" should write only about white music, Kanye West is worth an estimated $180 million. He is also married to Kim Kardashian of sex tape and reality TV infamy, worth at least $88 million. Not bad for a recording artist who can't sing or play an instrument.