To say Kanye West has a God complex doesn’t capture the half of it. Even before Kanye West was a household name, he had an extremely high opinion of himself, and that inflation of self has only grown since he has secured himself in the music and fashion industry. When he was on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, his image was paired with the title “The Passion of Kanye” with the rapper attempting to embody a crucified Christ, showing blood and facial scars and wearing a crown of thorns. After producing the platinum-selling album “Watch the Throne” with his mentor Jay-Z, he began declaring himself a God. On his following solo-album, Yeezus (a play on the name Jesus) he titled a track “I Am A God.” Outside of his music, he has no problem calling the work of others inferior (remember Taylor Swift and the VMAs), and will put you in your place if he feels you are not on his or his circle’s level, musically, professionally and lyrically.