After releasing his new album “Life of Pablo,” Kanye West is set to start his tour once again in September.
In an interview during Steve Harvey’s radio show on Tuesday, the 38-year-old rapper revealed that his “tour game is strong” while he pointed out that he wants to influence the younger generation positively, reported E! Online.
“My tour game is unprecedented,” the husband of Kim Kardashian stated. “So we’re going to go out in September, I believe, and we’re just working on some of the ideas right now.”
“As I said before, I’m trying to literally inspire these kids the way Disney inspired me when I saw the original Star Wars,” he added.
Meanwhile, Kanye West sounded remorseful when the issue between him and fellow rapper Wiz Khalifa was brought up.
“I really want to stress the amount of respect that I have for parents,” the recording artist and record producer dished. “There is no concept of anyone beating up on someone else’s child or that type of concept.”
The “Yeezus” performer even explained further by saying, “So every day I feel more deeply, deeply, deeply apologetic about that concept, because I only want to put out positive, positive, positive concepts.”
It can be recalled that back in January, the two artists were enthralled in a Twitter war, which started when Kanye West decided to change the title of his album – from “Swish” to “Waves,” reported People.
“Please don’t take the wave,” one of the tweets of Amber Rose’s ex read.
The husband of the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star reportedly kept mum amid all the comments of Khalifa. However, he finally spoke up when the 28-year-old rapper wrote this, “Hit this kk and become yourself.”
Kanye West thought that he was citing Kim Kardashian, so he responded, “Like, oh that’s Ye and I can put his wife’s initials on my twitter @Wizkhalifa.” But accordingly, he was only referring to “weed.”
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