Kanye West Is The Best ‘Celebrity Family Feud’ Contestant Ever, According To Steve Harvey 

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Kanye West Spotted At Rick Rubin's Recording Studio
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Steve Harvey recently appeared on Ellen where he discussed Kanye West and Kim Kardashian‘s upcoming episode of Family Feud.

READ: Kanye West In New Interview: “I Don’t Wish To Be Number One Anymore, I Wish To Be Water”

Shot back in February the episode finds the Wests against the Kardashian-Jenners and, well, Harvey offers a little bit on what to expect from the forthcoming showing.

“Kanye was the best Family Feud celebrity panelist we’ve ever had on the show,” Harvey said. “His people said ‘Steve this is the most Kanye has ever smiled since we’ve been with him!'”

Turns out that West wasn’t originally going to be on the episode. Initially, it was supposed to be the Kardashian-Jenners against Paris Hilton‘s family, but the latter canceled. Once they canceled, West enlisted some of his family to participate on the episode.

“Kanye who is a big fan of Family Feud said I want to play I’ve always wanted to play,” Harvey explained. “So he brought his family… these cousins.”

The showing will have Kim with Kanye and three of his family members, while the opposing team will include Kim’s mother Kris Jenner, Khloe, Kendall, Kylie, their grandmother MJ, and family friend Johnathan Cheban.

In a new interview with legendary interior designer Axel Vervoordt, West said that he was working on a philosophy book, called Break the Simulation.

“I’ve got this new concept that I’ve been diggin’ into. I’m writing a philosophy book right now called Break the Simulation. And I’ve got this philosophy — or let’s say it’s just a concept because sometimes philosophy sounds too heavy-handed. I’ve got a concept about photographs, and I’m on the fence about photographs — about human beings being obsessed with photographs — because it takes you out of the now and transports you into the past or transports you into the future,” the artist said. “It can be used to document, but a lot of times it overtakes [people]. People dwell too much in the memories. People always wanna hear the history of something, which is important, but I think it there’s too much of an importance put on history.”

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