Kanye: Ego is my Achilles Heel

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03 March 2015

Kanye West thinks there’s “hope for everyone” if he can get rid of his ego.

Kanye West thinks there’s “hope for everyone” if he can get rid of his ego. The Mercy singer paid a visit to the Oxford University Museum of Natural History in England on Monday to speak to students. And during his lecture, the 37-year-old opened up about how he is portrayed in the media and how he continues to work on himself. “One of my biggest achilles heels has beanery ego. And if I, Kanye West, can remove my ego, I think there’s hope for everyone (sic)” he said, according to live tweets posted by the university’s student union newspaper, The Tab Oxford. “People say I’ve got a bad reputation. I think I’ve got the best reputation in the building. (sic)"

As well as talking about himself, Kanye also spoke about fellow musician Nicki Minaj. The 32-year-old appeared on his 2010 album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and Kanye still can’t believe the impact she had. “Chris Rock & everyone else at every single media publication called My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy the best album of the last 25 years,(sic)” he added. “One of the best thing about the album was Nicki Minaj, and that she kicked my ass, on my own song, on the best album of the last 25 years. I was exiled from my own country, came back with my magnum opus, and I was beat by a girl.(sic)”

The father-of-one had no problem opening up about what excites him in life, and while for some guys it would be football, for him it’s a lot more artistic.

“I approach creativity like a sport, if I have a drawing I react just like a jock: LOOK AT THE F**KING DRAWING OVER THERE YEAH (sic)” he added.

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