company website Here at Zappos.com, we happily sell sh-t products to everybody! This is the throne, everyone has been watching. Whether youre #1 or #2, your clique will show no mercy, even in Paris. It continues, The perfect gift for the man that has everything linking back to a story about Wests diss. Read: Kanye West Says He, Kim K More Influential Than Obamas Some reviews include, Yo Zappos! Imma let you finish . .
Guess who won? West took a shot at online shoe retailer Zappos during a Tuesday podcast with Bret Easton Ellis that touched on topics ranging from film to fashion, E! News reported. During the chat, West slammed Zappos' chief exec, Tony Hsieh. "I got into this giant argument with the head of Zappos that he's trying to tell me what I need to focus on," West said. "Meanwhile, he sells all this [expletive] product to everybody, his whole thing is based off of selling [expletive] product." Zappos, long known for its humorous and successful approach to social media, on Thursday tweeted about a new product, tailored to West's rather specific expectations.
12 Years a Slave by Soup Staff Today 3:14 PM PST Loading... Kanye West recently made a super fun comment in an interview , comparing his own struggles in life to the struggles of the main character Solomon Northupin 12 Years a Slave. Said Kanye: "For me, I felt like the main character [Solomon Northup] in what I'm dealing with, even as a mega-popular-rich-celebrity-f***-you-who-do-you-think-you-are-to-complain-about-anything situation that I'm in. Or, in the past, when I've dealt with attempting to create in other fields [such as] clothing. I was sitting in Paris and dealing with all of these companies that I promoted, and...my friends promoted, and the reason literally why they would sell on Barney's floors, is because me and Jay Z wore it."He continued:"It will be something that I sort of discovered maybe four years before...and then you say, 'Hey, I want to be part of the creative conversation and be able to make money off of that,' and they stop you right there.I kind of saw that...as the parallel of the main character in 12 Years A Slave." Some of you may be thinking, "wait, Kanye West's life is nothing like former slave Solomon Northup, a man who was kidnapped and sold into the slave trade against his will." But you could NOT BE MORE WRONG!
But the online retailer of shoes and other items took it in stride. Online retailer Zappos created a witty riposte to Kanye West 's complaints about them. On novelist Bret Easton Ellis' podcast Monday, West slammed the CEO of the shoe retailer for selling a "s--t product." RELATED: KIM KARDASHIAN GOES TOPLESS IN KANYE'S NEW MUSIC VIDEO "I got into this giant argument with the head of Zappos that he's trying to tell me what I need to focus on," the 36-year-old rapper said. "Meanwhile, he sells all this s--t product to everybody, his whole thing is based off of selling s--t product." In response, Zappos launched a new "s--t" product page on their site, featuring a toilet and plunger for a mere $100,000. Zappos.com Zappos responded to Kanye West's recent rant by creating a 's--t product' page. Tony Hsieh, the Zappos CEO, released a statement on the matter: "Yes, it's true that we sell s-t product," directing readers to the new page.
back in 2011. "Kims Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event" drew in a total of 10.5 million viewers for the entertainment network, according to the New York Post. Their marriage lasted 72 days. The divorce was finalized in June . For a trip down memory lane, watch below. Related on HuffPost: The *NSYNC member tied the knot with his girlfriend on Nov.
Kanye West at Verizon Center: It was an experience unlike any other
It was an assault a high-budget, high-decibel incursion that threatened to drown out Wests charisma but never came close. It was a dystopian Halloween party, with the 36-year-old hiding his face behind an array of luxury masks that made him look like a Mexican luchador. Or Damien Hirsts bling-skull. Or a millionaire bank robber just doing it for fun. It was a heist, with West getting something out of us that no other artist seems currently capable of extracting: an impossible blend of admiration and tolerance. It was a hit parade.
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