I’m living my dream out with my wife & my family, everything seems to have worked itself out quite lovely.

—Kanye West, Made In America Festival 8/31/14 (via kimkanyekimye)

I called Jay Pharoah right after the MTV awards. I said, ‘I appreciate your show, but let me tell you about my story. Let me tell you about what I went through to get to that position. I’m not making it a black or white thing right now, but I’m telling you if you see a black guy anywhere he had to work 12 times as hard, excuse me. So we ain’t gonna have no black comedians going up on stage spoofing the people that’s working hard to open doors, not only for black people, but any creatives, anybody that wants to add contribution to the world: beauty, truth, creativity, postitivity and just helping with love.

—Kanye West on comedian Jay Pharoah’s impersonation of him at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, Made In America Festival 8/30/14 (via kimkanyekimye)

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When Kim isn’t busy making appearances at opera balls or branding her multi-million dollar phone app, she’s posting photos of her family for everyone to see, normalizing mixed-race couples and families for a massive (and relatively young) audience.

What Keeping Up with the Kardashians can teach America about interracial marriage

A recent episode of the E! reality show offered an important window into little-discussed prejudices faced by interracial couples

(via theweekmagazine)