/  10.21.2010

Kanye West sat down for a series of interviews to promote his short film Runaway, premiering this Saturday at 8 p.m. EST. On “Access Hollywood,” Yeezy spoke about shooting the 35-minute visuals, his banned album cover, receiving death threats, being called a racist, how good will prevail, and how awards shows need to take responsibility and nominate more relevant artists.

“I’ll jump in front of a moving car for history,” shared a passionate ‘Ye, who also complimented himself on his “crazy awesome” awards show performances.

Over on “Extra,” he praised Selita Ebanks’ acting skills, explained how My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy will blow people’s minds, and reflected on how he’s changed over the past year. Get a second dose of Kanye below.


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