The rapper has released a statement saying that two recent new clips for his fourth single from his latest LP "Graduation" were unofficial.
Kanye West has just released a surprising statement to his fans regarding the recent two new clips for his "Flashing Lights" that have been streaming on the net. Kanye stated on his official blog entry that the recent videos, leaking on the net were not officially released by him.
The rapper also wrote that he did shot the two videos, but since he didn't like them he made another one and picked the last one as the official clip for "Flashing Lights". "I shot 3 vids for flashing lights cuz I ain't like the first 2. I loved the 3rd one that I released with Spike and hit the world with that," Kanye said.
On his blog entry, the rapper also slammed the people who leaked the two videos saying, "No rant's here just an explanation of why yall getting those other vids rt now that I ain't approve and why I ain't finna post neither on my blog. So I hope whoever leaked them got the shine they was looking 4 cause that's all they'll get now."
Kanye's original music video for "Flashing Lights" itself was premiered on February 10 at Entertainment Weekly's Grammy after party. Meanwhile, the two unofficial clips for the single have been hitting the Internet this past weekend. The first one streamed on May 23, while the second one on May 29.