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Kanye: Kim’s reality show needs better ‘cinematography’

Kanye: Kim’s reality show needs better ‘cinematography’

KANYE IS BETTER AT EVERYTHING: Despite the couple being there for the interview together, West - in true Yeezus fashion - hogged the air time. Photo: Associated Press

Apparently we can add professional photographer and television producer to the list of professions which rapper Kanye West thinks he is qualified for.

The rapper, known for his outrageous rants, recently told a New York radio host that he doesn’t like appearing on Kim Kardashian’s reality television show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

Why? Because he thinks he could do it better than the pros at the E! network.

“I don’t really do her show just because I don’t particularly like the way the producers shoot some of the shots,” he says. “I’m very meticulous to that, right? I like to get a different DP [director of photography] or whatever.”

West recently made headlines for arguing with another radio host over his beef with the fashion industry, and how he could design clothes better than other big name brands including Louis Vuitton. And last month he started sporting a Confederate flag and dissed the style of President and Mrs. Obama.

West did say that he, however, made sure the entire camera crew was in tow for his recent proposal to his baby’s mother, during which he rented out an entire ballpark … you know, just in case they wanted to air that.

We’re willing to bet the couple’s wedding – complete with fighter jets – will be televised too.

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