We all know that Kanye can be extremely unpredictable and doesn't think twice before letting others know how he feels, but he just totally took us off-guard when he started to cry unexpectedly during an interview!
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While speaking with Zane Lowe of ‘BBC Radio 1’, the rapper became emotional when talking about the loss of his dear friend, Louise Wilson, who was a fashion design professor at Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design.
Kanye West at the memorial service held for Louise Wilson. (Photo credit: Getty Images)
Kanye shared, “The last time I saw her we had dinner at Hakkasan, my favorite restaurant in London. I think she knew she was going to pass, and she wanted to give me some words of advice to move forward.”
He recalled, “She was asking me about my daughter. She was asking me about my wife.”
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It took a few seconds for Yeezy to compose himself before he continued, “She said: ‘So many students, they don’t give it their all. As soon as they do something good at two years old, three years old, their parents clap.’ That’s what she said. She just looked at me and said, ‘Kanye, don’t clap.”
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Before breaking down into tears and covering his face, he revealed, “I didn’t know we were gonna lose her.”
We have to admit, this interview is probably one of the few times that we have seen this raw and vulnerable side of Yeezy.
To see the softer side of Kanye, check out the full interview below.
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