Kanye West Compares Himself To Picasso, Steve Jobs And Walt Disney During Paris Rant

27 February 2013, 10:37

The 'Otis' rapper made the claims during a show in the French capital this week.

Kanye West has compared himself to the likes of Steve Jobs and Picasso during a new rant at his show in Paris this week.

The 'Gold Digger' star told fans at the Le Zenith venue that he would continue to bring people the truth and said awards and sponsorships have no place in his life.

He states: "I am Picasso. I am Michelangelo. I am Basquiat. I am Walt Disney. I am Steve Jobs."

He added: "There's no m*********** awards or sponsorships or none of that s*** that can stop the dedication to bringing y'all that real s***."

The declaration comes shortly after the rapper finished a performance of the song 'Clique'.

Watch Kanye West's new rant at Le Zenith in Paris this week below:

*Warning, this video contains strong language which may cause offence*

The new rant follows on from his recent lengthy outburst on stage in London – in which he attacked the likes of Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift.

Meanwhile, Kanye was recently seen posing naked alongside pregnant girlfriend Kim Kardashian for a french magazine.

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