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Kanye West got remarkably honest when talking with Zane Lowe on BBC Radio earlier today. 'Ye discussed the impact he'd like to have, Drake, and inclusive price points. When the conversation turned to late Central Saint Martins legend Louise Wilso, at roughly 24 minutes in, Kanye's emotions overtook the conversation.
Last time I saw her we had dinner at Hakkasan, which is my favorite restaurant in London. And I think she knew that she was gonna pass, and she just wanted to give me some words of advice moving forward...and she said, 'So many students, they don't give it their all and the problem is, soon as they do anything halfway good, when they're two years old, three years old, their parents clap.' And she looked at me and said, 'Kanye, don't clap.'
The rapper immediately covered his eyes with his hand, and left the studio to recuperate. Kanye West, human after all.
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