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Musicians, actors and comedians showing their solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement is nothing new. In the past week, artists such as Talib Kewli and Neutral Milk Hotel's Jeff Magnum played intimate sets to the protestors in Zuccotti Park. But yesterday the movement got perhaps its biggest name visitor- Kanye West. The rapper/producer/narcissist remained silent during his visit, instead choosing to nod stoically and let Russel Simmons act as his unofficial spokesman.
While I appreciate Mr. West taking time from being the best rapper alive (yeah, I said it) to go down and show his support for the 99%, from the looks of this clip, I feel like his general attitude on the whole situation can best be summed up by his line from the song Stronger- "You should be honored by my lateness, that i would even show up to this fake shit." Watch the video for yourself here!
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