If you need another example of a tech personality going off his rocker (Snapchat founders turning down $3B, anyone?), look no further than Rap Genius co-founder Mahbod Moghadam, who gave this 17-minute long interview with NextShark, in which he calls his site bigger than Wikipedia and Facebook.
Oh, but that's not it.
Moghadam seems a little too comfortable during the interview, and speaks freely on a number of controversial talking points. He delivers a collection of one-liners, such as calling Rap Genius, "the cocaine of apps, the cocaine of websites," "the biggest site, the biggest phenomenon on the entire Internet," and "a poem that God has written."
Say hello to the Kanye of Silicon Valley.