Kanye West reportedly is going to press charge against a paparazzo who showed up at his house in early morning and asked about his feud with Jimmy Kimmel. West's latest paparazzi altercation took place in front of the rapper house on Friday, September 27 at around 4 A.M. When West stepped out of the house and was about to leave, a group of photographers approached him and repeatedly asked about his Twitter rant against the late-night talk show host.
The father of one apparently got really upset and told the group to "shut the f**k up." In a video obtained by TMZ, he says, "Don't say anything to me man." West adds, "You're out in front of my house at 4 A.M. asking, 'How's it going?' It's not going good. You're out here trying to make money... You know I don't want you to say nothing to me... Respect that."
In the video, West appears to lunge at a cameraman to knock the camera out of his hand when a woman who is believed to be Kim Kardashian enters the car. West, however, does not appear to make a physical contact with the cameraman. According to sources, the Grammy-winning rapper is going to file a police report following the incident, citing that the paparazzi trespassed on his property.
West previously lashed out against Kimmel after he made a parody of Kanye's interview with BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe on Tuesday, September 24 episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!". West wrote on Twitter, "JIMMY KIMMEL IS OUT OF LINE TO TRY AND SPOOF IN ANY WAY THE FIRST PIECE OF HONEST MEDIA IN YEARS."
Kimmel has responded to West's Twitter rant on his show. "I don't understand it. I don't know why he's angry again. The bit was pretty, I thought, innocuous, but finally I'm in a rap feud," he said on Thursday. Kimmel also revealed that West demanded a public apology.
"He said a lot of things, he told me I had two choices: No. 1, apologize publicly, and that was really the only choice. The other choice he gave, was that, 'Your life,' he said, 'is going to be much better if you apologize.' Then he started tweeting today, and I don't know if I've even seen some of them because they're happening while we speak," Kimmel added.