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25 June 2013, 11:13
The 'All Of The Lights' rapper suggests he is often just "f*****g with the world" with his comments.
Kanye West has declared himself "a god" after opening up about his new album 'Yeezus', before going on to warn people not to believe "anything" he says.
The 'Gold Digger' rapper, who has often found himself at the centre of controversy, says a lot of the time he is just "f*****g with you and the world" when he speaks to the press.
While discussing the song 'I Am God' from his new album 'Yeezus', Kanye said the song needs no more explanation than the title.
"I made that song because I am a god," Kanye told W magazine. "i don't think there's much more explanation.
"I'm not going to sit here and defend s**t. That s**t is rock 'n' roll, man. That s**t is rap music. I am a god. Now what?" the 'All Of The Lights' rapper explained.
However, Kanye then went on to explain that people should only believe "90 percent" of what he says in general.
"You should not believe about 90 percent of what I say," Kanye explained. "As a matter of fact, don't even believe anything that I'm saying at all.
"I could be completely f*****g with you, and the world, the entire time," he added.
Check out a picture of Kanye West live on stage below (Credit: Getty):
Kanye West launched new album 'Yeezus' earlier this month and welcomed his first baby, a girl rumoured to be named North West, with girlfriend Kim Kardashian two weeks ago.