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Kanye West's 'i Am A God' Spoofed As 'i Am A Dog'

[The pilot] immediately unraveled once it was over. He's in a very different place now. Whitley: Imagine if we did that pilot now. First of all, we would get picked up. And it would be a hit show.
Source: http://www.tvguide.com/News/Kanye-West-HBO-Comedy-1069645.aspx

This is a truly auspicious time for you and so it is with great sadness that we must lodge a formal complaint against the song "I am a God" from your new album Yeezus. Our organization represents bakers across France, many of whom have taken great offense at this particular rhyming couplet: In a French-ass restaurant Hurry up with my damn croissants Assuming you, as a man of means, dine exclusively at high-end restaurants and boulangeries during your voyages to Paris, it could not be possible that the delay of your "damn" croissants originated from slow service. And certainly, you are not a man to be satisfied with pre-made croissants from the baked goods case reheated and tossed out on a small platter. No you had demanded your croissants freshly baked, to be delivered to your table straight out of the oven piping hot.
Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/french-bakers-chide-kanye-west-617721

French bakers tell Kanye West that good croissants can?t be rushed

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Source: http://www.nme.com/news/kanye-west/72351

Priest defends Kanye West's 'I Am A God' from accusations of blasphemy ? watch

David Marx, it first appeared as An Open Letter to Kanye West from the Association of French Bakers,on August 13, 2013, at Medium.com . There have been quite a few complaints about Kanyes new album; it seems to have upset as many activist groups as it has pleased fans. In a sense, thats what pop stars do. They offend almost as indiscriminately as they entertain. But nobody expected Kanye to get a letter from the Association of French Bakers . Indeed, he seems to have upset them with the lyric Hurry up with my damn croissants in his song I Am a God, which describes his less-than-satisfying dining experience in a french-ass restaurant. Let us choose to ignore for a moment the fact that you wouldnt really go to a french-ass restaurant to get a croissant and focus on the fact that the Bakers union facetiously lambasted him in a long, transatlantic letter, claiming that a man of his status wouldnt want a croissant that came out slowly (anyone who has waited on line for a cronut knows it can take a long time for them to churn out).
Source: http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/08/30/french-bakers-tell-kanye-west-why-croissants-take-so-long-to-make/

This time out, the funnyman takes aim at Yes I Am A God with the hilarious parody I Am A Dog . Pharoah doubles down and uses the visuals for Yeezus Black Skinhead , but instead of a menacing Kanye, theres Jay wearing dog ears, walking other dogs, chasing the mailman with enraged glee, doling out copious amounts of leg humping and barking with extraneous spittle showers. And the lyrics bring the funny, too, with lines like, I am a dog, hurry up let me out the garage/hurry up and give my balls a massage/fore I start barking like Nicki Minaj. The funniest moment, though, is when he raps, I dont bark, I roar/watch me drag my ass across your floor, and does it, with the most demented look on his face. Hope Yeezy has a sense of humor, because even he should get a kick out of this Above Average Production.
Source: http://rapfix.mtv.com/2013/08/30/kanye-wests-i-am-a-god-spoofed-as-i-am-a-dog/

French Bakers Tell Kanye West Why Croissants Take So Long to Make

Bakers must carefully layer the dough, paint on perfect proportions of butter, and then roll and fold this trembling croissant embryo with the precision of a Japanese origami master. Our organization represents bakers across France, many of whom have taken great offense at this particular rhyming couplet: In a French-ass restaurant Hurry up with my damn croissants Assuming you, as a man of means, dine exclusively at high-end restaurants and boulangeries during your voyages to Paris, it could not be possible that the delay of your damn croissants originated from slow service. And certainly, you are not a man to be satisfied with pre-made croissants from the baked goods case reheated and tossed out on a small platter. No you had demanded your croissants freshly baked, to be delivered to your table straight out of the oven piping hot. And it was with great joy you ordered croissants not crepes or brioches because only croissants can proudly claim that exquisite combination of flaky crust and a succulent center.
Source: http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2013/08/30/french-bakers-tell-kanye-west-that-good-croissants-cant-be-rushed/

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