Kanye West Expands on MTV VMAs Speech, Wants to Make School Uniforms

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Kanye West at the MTV Video Music Awards at Madison Square Garden on Aug. 28, 2016, in New York City.

Kanye West continues to preach a message of love following his six-minute monologue at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night (Aug. 28).

Read Kanye West's Full VMAs 2016 Speech

During the speech, the rapper/designer tackled the "Famous" video controversy, even shouting out his ex Amber Rose in the crowd and referencing his wife Kim Kardashian's former flame, Ray J, who was reportedly not happy with the name-drop.

"I don't understand why people would get mad, we're all in the same bed," West told TMZ after leaving New York's Mercer Hotel.

He also expanded on his VMA spiel, saying, "It’s too scary a concept, man. Just love each other. That’s the whole point I wanted to make. Just that we need to love each other, have a good time, appreciate our time on life and do everything we can to have the best time possible."

Always one for tangents, 'Ye also expressed his wishes to make uniforms. "I wanna do school uniforms in Chicago also, for all the city of Chicago, just for a starting point to eventually ending classism and bullying worldwide," he said.

2016 MTV VMAs


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