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Kid gets a 9-second interview with Kanye West, and Kanye gives the best answer possible
Kanye West! The boy!
The kid went with this brilliantly subtle troll: “How did you write ‘I Love Kanye?'”
How, indeed, did Kanye write history’s dopest narcissistic anthem, notable for rhyming “Kanye” with “Kanye” many, many times?
Remember: Kanye is a genius, and he’s very aware of it. Some would say too aware. If you troll him gently, you will get trolled back hard.
“I just thought about what I loved,” he replied.
Look at that grin. He knows he just dunked this interview harder than LeBron James dunked that J.R. Smith alley-oop Thursday night.
Jay Hathaway is a former senior writer who specialized in internet memes and weird online culture. He previously served as the Daily Dot’s news editor, was a staff writer at Gawker, and edited the classic websites Urlesque and Download Squad. His work has also appeared on nymag.com, suicidegirls.com, and the Morning News.