Kanye West has never been shy when it comes to voicing his opinions though they may raise eyebrows from time to time.
This time he went on rant during a radio station interview criticizing elected leaders, saying he is on a 'mission from God'.
The 37-year-old rapper was interviewed on Power106 FM this morning and said of President Obama, 'You can’t effect change from inside the White House like that ...You gotta have the money,' but admitted, 'Good ideas usually aren’t connected to money as much ...Creativity and extreme genius are extremely cheap.'
However, then he went on to contradict himself saying that good ideas 'usually aren't connected to money as much.'
West bragged about his own 'creativity and extreme genius,' but then said that people who knock him him for comparing himself to Apple founder Steve Jobs and other innovators are simply misinterpreting his true meaning.
'Don’t worry about how I’m saying what I’m saying,' he insisted. 'Look at what I’m saying and how I feel and how my intent is.'
He then had a warning for those who criticize his thoughts.
'You do not want to go against the power,' he said. 'I’m working on one mission, and that’s a mission from God.'
West doesn't hold back when it comes to speaking out.
On Tuesday night he criticized Vogue photographer Annie Leibovitz for pulling out of his and Kim Kardashian's wedding with little notice, but there was confusion over the arrangement.
West was frustrated that he couldn't secure Leibovitz's services for his marriage to Kim Kardashian last month, the statement says, but he was not assigning blame.
Their representatives had been negotiating, but did not reach an agreement by the time of the wedding.
The source, who is close to both Kanye and Annie, said: 'Kanye and Annie’s representatives were in negotiations for weeks that were not completed by the time of the wedding.'
And a spokeswoman for Annie told MailOnline today: 'She would have loved to have taken their wedding portrait and was disappointed it didn’t happen.'
The source added: 'It was Kanye’s dream to bring together for the wedding his favorite creatives – Ricardo Tisci on the dress, Vanessa Beecroft on the experience, and Andrea Bocelli – Kim’s favorite singer singing Kim’s favorite song as she walked down the aisle.
'The first choice to capture one of the most special days in Kim and Kanye’s life: Annie Leibovitz.
'Annie wouldn't usually shoot weddings, but Kanye West dreams big. He loves and respects Annie as a true artist and wanted to bring her eye for beauty to the imagery of the event.
'Annie and Kanye are good, they'll work together again.'
In the end, the wedding photos were taken by 22-year-old British photographer Conor McDonnell from Liverpool.