Kanye West Puts Writer Kriss Lee From LA Times On Blast: “He Could Have At Least Gotten The Album Title Right!!!”

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Last night, Kanye West put his mind on display for the world to see at the L.A. premiere of his self directed film “RUNAWAY”. Bossip was in the building for the private screening and film was everything but boring. We have to admit there were a couple of scenes when we felt like saying “WHAT THE HELL ???” but with the music from Kanye’s upcoming album narrating the film… it help connect those lost moments.

We’re not surprised to hear that someone decided not to embrace Kanye’s vision…which is normal and Yeezy himself was completely fine with it until the writer from the LA Times fawked up the title of his new album.

Kanye Tweets:

“I would’ve taking offense 2 the LA Times review of the movie but the extremely condescending writer accidentally complimented my suit! Thx I believe the writers name was Kriss Lee who so bent on giving a soulless description of my work that he decided to call the album…

….not even by the write name… ironically but I feel more strategically removing the word ‘Beautiful’ from the title! Wooooooooooooow! I assumed a respected media source like the Los Angeles Times would send a writer that would at least have the respect to call the album..

by it’s proper title. It’s called “MY BEAUTIFUL DARK TWISTED FANTASY” Kriss… Even if your goal was to perpetuate non-positive… … thought association. You see what happens when you write with a negative agenda. You have the entire Los Angeles Time’s coming off.. … like non credible news source that can’t even fact check a well publicized album title.

How can anyone believe anything you ever write again? I feel sorry for the LA Times more than anything for missing the opportunity…

The man that isn’t scared to say anything has deleted his tweets… interesting…

Publicist Move or Kanye Thought Twice About Giving the LA Times Some Shine???

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