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Kanye West: Love's More Important Than Branding

"Can't wait for tonight #YeezusTour," she wrote, alongside a photo of her beau on stage. PHOTOS: Kim and Kanye's sweetest moments During the concert, North's dad also suffered a wardrobe malfunction. In his debut performance, West, 36, teared his latex pants and made a small hole near his crotch after he seemingly tried to do a crotch grab. West's recent bold choice in wardrobe and affection toward Kardashian isn't much of a surprise. When Kardashian, 32, revealed her sexy, post-baby bathing suit body in an Instagram selfie Oct. <br>Visit:

After fearing censorship over his cover art -- "Banned in the USA!!! They don't want me chilling on the couch with my phoenix!" he tweeted at the time -- there was debate over whether his music video for "Monster" should also be censored , thanks to its depiction of West in bed with two lifeless women, among other controversial images. August 2011: Still struggling with a negative public perception, West told the audience gathered at the UK's Big Chill film festival, "I walk through the hotel and I walk down the street, and people look at me like I'm f****n' insane, like I'm Hitler." That comparison, for obvious reasons, made international headlines. April 2012: With speculation raging, since he couldn't seem to keep his pants up while hanging out with Kim Kardashian, Kanye dropped a single in which he admitted he was in love with her. <br>Visit:

Kanye West, Abused 'Zoo Animal,' Invites World Into His Sexty Time With Kim Kardashian

Getty Images This article first appeared on . our editor recommends Kanye West Reveals 'I Am a God' Is About Designer Hedi Slimane (Video) Kanye West kicked off his 'Yeezus' tour in Seattle, WA on Saturday and as always, left people talking. The show, which reportedly started two hours late due to an equipment truck being stolen, lasted two hours. Ye' performed material from his six-album discography, including live debuts of "Yeezus" cuts ("Hold My Liquor," "I'm In It" and "Guilt Trip"), according to Consequence of Sound . But what has the Internet stunned is the stage production (which included a giant mountain top), merchandise ( t-shirts with skulls and confederate flags printed on them), and Kanye West's guest, a Jesus Christ look-alike. <br>Visit:

Kanye West Knows You Think He Sounded Nuts on Kimmel

Kimmel said early in the interview that he knows West personally and always found him friendly, but that he seems misunderstood. "I don't know if you know this, but a lot of people think you're a jerk," Kimmel said after West called himself a genius. West was objecting to the idea that he's "just a celebrity." "When you said you think you're a genius, I think that upsets people," Kimmel said. "But the truth is a lot of people think they're geniuses, but nobody says it because it's weird to say it. <br>Visit:

Did Kanye West, Jimmy Kimmel Make Nice After Twitter Feud?

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The most recent case in point: Kardashian posted a photograph of herself on Instagram in the early-morning hours of October 17 in a rather skimpy bathing suit (hashtag: #nofilter). West responded quickly on Twitter : "HEADING HOME NOW." It's the type of near-sexting, virtual PDA that would be irritating and kinda gross if it were your long-lost high school friends on Facebook. From a "creative genius" who views his celebrity status as a "ceiling," it's counterproductive. What's confusing is why West and Kardashian (who, of course, is a reality TV star) don't see it as such. <br>Visit:

Slate published a sober-minded accounting of the Zimmerman trial in which Will Saletan wrote, "The initial portrait of Zimmerman as a racist wasnt just exaggerated. It was completely unsubstantiated." "Unsubstantiated." Without evidence. Plausibly deniable. The undercurrent of these and so many other readings was the same: If you think race was a contributing factor in the death of a black boy and the subsequent acquittal of his killer then you are thinking about things the wrong way. You are hysterical. <br>Visit:

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