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Poll: What Do You Reckon Kanye West Smashes in His Rage Room?

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Kanye West
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Anger is a universal emotion with countless methods of counteracting it. Some people like therapy, some people like drugs, some people like to cry, and others like to destroy everything they hate.

The Mirror alleges that sometimes angry person Kanye West took inspiration from a business in Toronto called The Rage Room, which customers frequent to release their anger. The reasons listed for using a Rage Room — touted as "alternative sport relief" — on their website include: "Your boss has been stressing you out. Or your in-laws are giving you a hard time. Or, god forbid, you stepped on a piece of Lego."

The objects Yeezus Christ chooses to smash up include Maroon 5, Nickelback, and Kenny G CDs — they must be pleased about the record sales and totally ignore the destruction part, especially Mr. G. Perhaps the Canadian version involves smashing up teddy bears and apologizing every time you hit them, but then North would be pissed.