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July 08, 2008

Behavior modification, Kanye style


Hands down, the funniest thing we've read today is from Kanye West's written-in-crazy blog that's keeping the whole Bonnaroo debacle very top of mind.

See, he throws a lot of public fits, followed by the inevitable press scrutiny of the aforementioned lapses in control. He's pictured here looking over his shoulder, which apparently he's doing a lot these days. His response to those who would suggest he get a grip on himself:

"Now the media is saying I'm going to anger management something or 'nother. I have never had any conversations about anger management. If anything, I need anger enhancement!!"

And the Grammy-winning chatterbox followed the mini-rant with the inevitable "lol!" because, you see, it's a hoot!

Stop, you're killing us.


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