Kanye West Blasts Vogue's Editor For Featuring Lena Dunham On Cover Instead Of Fiance Kim Kardashian
Kanye West is livid that the useless Lena Dunham was featured on the cover of Vogue while his endlessly talented fiance, Kim Kardashian, was not.
Kanye and Vogue's Editor-and-Chief Anna Wintour recently ran into each other at the ultra-exclusive Beverly Hills Polo Lounge, where Kanye lambasted Wintour for refusing to include Kim Kardashian on the cover of Vogue.
Kanye told Wintour that Kim's extraordinary talents must be acknowledged.
He "insisted to the British-born fashion icon that Kim is 'just as talented as Lena, if not more so,'" a source told Radar.
It's unclear if Kanye was able to point out any of Kardashian's specific talents.
Kanye then chastised Wintour, calling her a corporate, media puppet.
"He thinks Anna is listening to a bunch of 'know-nothing' corporate haters, as he put it," the source said. "He's upset that Anna isn't willing to do him this personal favor and put Kim on the cover."
West has also convinced himself that Kim is more influential and inspiring than Dunham, telling Wintour that the reality TV star has a "bigger fan base and appeal than Lena."
This isn't the first time that Kanye has bragged about his glorious and dignified fiance.
He recently told Ryan Seacrest that Kim is "the most intriguing woman right now. She has got Barbara Walters calling her like everyday."
Impressive. Not everyone gets calls from Barbara Walters, like, everyday.
Unfortunately for Kanye, Wintour hates Kim Kardashian, and doesn't want any "reality star appearing in the pages of the magazine."
Kanye's obsessive ranting and raving about his fiance's greatness was mocked in a December episode of "South Park." Kanye spends the episode attempting to convince the world that Kardashian is not a hobbit—she is a "beautiful, sexy woman."
At the end of the episode, a weeping Kanye West begs a young girl to stop calling Kim Kardashian a hobbit, but admits that Kim is incapable "of being a decent human being."