Just when you thought Kanye West had given his best interview yet, he shows up on Kimmel and blows that out of the water.

If you've not been keeping up with the news, Kanye had a feud with Kimmel over the BBC interview. The reason? Well Kimmel decided to do a sketch on Kanye - using kids - which Yeezus wasn't very happy about. This then turned into a classic internet feud involving Spongebob.

However, last night's interview went a long way to explaining why he was so upset, despite Kimmel putting his side across early on: "The main reason I did this was because I like to see kids curse."

In typical Kanye fashion we're presented with a healthy dose of 'ego', but how can you dislike him for it when he's so open about it?

"Because, ya know for me, I'm a creative genius and there's no other way to word it. I know you're not supposed to say that about yourself. And I say things the wrong way a lot of times, but my intention is always positive. And I'm going to bring more things to the world."

The interview follows similar themes to that of the Zane Lowe interview - frustration and the media - but feels less of a show due to the nature of how it came about. When Kanye talks about being upset because he felt he knew Kimmel, you believe that. That's what so great about this interview: it's believable.

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