Kanye West Vow Of Silence – Has Conditions
Published By: Tariq ZidanDecember 30, 2013
The recent Kanye West Vow of Silence has its conditions. So if your were excited that the rapper was taking this vow, or sad you should know it is a conditional vow of silence. Would you expect a Kanye West Vow of Silence to be traditional? Of course not.
The first condition is that the rapper will begin his vow of silence in 2014. Like any genius, Kanye needs time to get his mind right. West announced he would be taking a six-month vow of silence during a concert in Toronto. West pledged that he would keep it clean for at least six months.
West told the audience the beginning of 2014 would be used for him to focus on his creativity. He vowed to not talk smack, which to Kanye is essentially remaining silent. He told the Toronto audience if they wanted to hear or see any craziness they would have to “Run Back The Past Interviews”. I’m sure everyone is alarmed by the new Kanye West vow of silence and is making a playlist of past interviews as you read this.
By the way the rapper took 27 minutes of the audience’s time to let them in on the iggy. I can’t help but think the mayor of Toronto is more real than Kanye. So the fine people of Toronto will probably make due with getting enough realness without Kanye.
The Kanye West vow of silence is more of a pledge to behave. His pledge was to be more positive, beginning 2014. Kanye has justified almost everything he has done. Every person finds a way to justify their actions. How will Kanye measure the guidelines of his pledge to be positive.
In a Tampa, Florida concert Kanye compared himself to Nelson Mandela before blazing off stage. Fans interpreted the act as anything but positive. But Kanye West has acknowledged he has “mad respect” for Mandela and what he has done for humanity. Even that could be spun as positive.
Here’s An Article About Kanye West Storming Off-Stage In Tampa
I’ll show you how easy it is to spin. Let’s pretend I’m Kanye, I will be speaking from the first person as him. Yeah I stormed off stage in Tampa after comparing myself to Nelson Mandela. That was one of the most positive things I’ve ever done. Y’all should be thanking me. Nelson Mandela made a huge impact on the world, so in his honor I made a huge impact in Tampa. They should be thankful for all the positivity I brought. Ok, now I’m turning the Kanye switch off. That wouldn’t be an unlikely justification according to the Kanye West standard.
It will be interesting to see what is included in the Kanye West vow of silence. Even more interesting will be how and why he will declare the silent stint to be over.