Kanye West has compared his last album to "vegetables" and himself to a cleaning maid in a bizarre new interview.
The Stronger rapper sat for a chat with a reporter for Britain's Sunday Times Culture magazine, and during the interview, he baffled readers by making a series of peculiar comments about a number of subjects, including his last record, Yeezus, saying, "Yeezus was almost a protest. It was like a long lecture, it wasn't gym class. Everybody wants gym class, and McDonald's for lunch. This was definitely some vegetables."
He also suggested he wants fans to look at him like a house cleaner rather than a "god" or a "king", adding, "I don't want people to look at me as a god, I don't want people to look at me as a king, I don't want people to look at me in terms of how many Grammys I have... I want you to look at me like the maid... that cleans your house. And I might be a tough maid, but if I come to you and say 'Termites', you better f **king believe me. Because I saw the termites."
West also spoke about his varied career by comparing himself to great artists and went on to defend the way he talks about himself, adding, "Imagine if da Vinci or Michelangelo... were asked not to think of anything except for the one thing they first became famous for. So Da Vinci could only have one idea. For all haters, I'm not saying I'm da Vinci, but I feel it's right for any human being to compare themselves to anything. I could compare myself to this chair, I'm saying, 'I've got all this on my back, so I'm a chair'... I'm an extreme speaker, and I speak through comparisons."