Kanye West, who recently started his private school, admits that he has not read ‘any books
“Reading is like eating Brussels sprouts for me,” said the rapper
Kanye West, who recently started his private school, just admitted that he had not read “any books” and compared reading to “Brussels sprouts”.
“When you said I didn’t read this book, I didn’t really read any book,” The Rapper said in the Elo full Mind podcast released Friday.”Reading is like eating Brussels sprouts for me. And talking is like getting Giorgio Baldi corn ravioli, ” he said, referring to the Santa Monica restaurant that is known as a haven for celebrities and underlining that he thrives more on conversation than on book-teaching.
The rapper’s comments come just weeks after the launch of Donda Academy, a new Christian Prep School in Simi Valley, California, which aims to “provide young people with the passion, purpose and spiritual foundation they need to thrive in the world of tomorrow”. On its website.
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West’s entry came after Elo, who runs his yoga and wellness practice, brought a message from a book he had read about 100 times.
West has an extension to reading from books to cellphone texts, as he explained that he took the advice of a friend who works in the tech industry, who reads the first and last sentence of long texts from his mother and West said he replied, “that’s it.”
“When his mother writes him long paragraphs, he reads the first sentence and the last sentence. This guy and his brother invented the fastest track vehicle – they put it in ‘GI Joe’, they have government contracts, this guy is a full-fledged engineer, works with all the talents, and for practical – not opinion, you know, practical – technologies, and he only reads the first sentence and the last,” he said. “What do you think was my reaction? ‘Just like that.'”
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The rapper also explained that he is playing a” dictionary game “that prompts him to simplify his language to say” Yoda level”.
“Well, let me clarify this. I hate the word point. Let me clarify this idea. Let’s clarify this idea. Remove the word,’ me, ‘” West said. “It’s a style of language I’ve been practicing and learning where we’re taking out all those years and years of classism.”
The rapper also has big plans for his new Donda Academy, which opened quietly at the end of last month with 100 students whose parents are asked to sign non-disclosure agreements, according to Rolling Stone. West said he wants several campuses across the country as well as a Donda University.