With more video surfacing from Kanye West's performance at the Paradise International Music Festival in Manila on Saturday (his first official concert of the year), we now know that Mr. West made some...comments about his torrid relationship with Taylor Swift.

Stephen Lavoie

Speaking about the now track 'Famous' from his recent LP The Life of Pablo, Kanye addressed the now infamous Taylor-infused lyric, taking the audience back (once mooooore) to that fateful 2009 VMA moment...


"That night when I went onstage, was the beginning of the end of my life," Kanye recounted. "Lady GaGa canceled the tour the next day."

Kanye, of course, is referring to how Ms. Germanotta pulled out of the planned joint-tour between her and Yeezy because her PR people thought it would be smart in solidarity with Swift.

"You know what night I'm talking about..." Kanye continued.

Yes! I think we do, Kanye--I think we do.

"I just said what everybody else was thinking," he added. "So, if I get in trouble for saying the truth, what's being said the rest of the time?"

Well, let's see, I--

Oh, he had more to say.

"That's the job of a true artist: not to be controlled by their finances, not to be controlled by perception, but only to be controlled by their truth. What you see, what you feel--and say what you fucking feel."

Word.

Then he played "Famous" three times in a row, because why not.

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