While out in Washington, D.C. last week, Kanye West stopped by WPGC's The Pablo Show to talk about his "Bound 2" music video, his relationship with Kim Kardashian and how he feels about President Barack Obama calling him a "jackass." He also describes his uncommon satisfaction whenever he's involved in a lawsuit. "I almost borderline like being sued because it's the only time where I can be myself," he reveals. "I sit in those depositions and it be hilarious." He recounts one deposition whiched involved Suge Knight. Needless to say, 'Ye had the upper hand during the conversation.

Later on, Kanye praises Drake for making music that empowers women. He compares it to his own moral decision to call out homophobia in hip-hop. "Drake is the first rapper to say, 'Let's start respecting the women more,'" he said. Watch the full interview above where he also addresses his recent feud with Jimmy Kimmel and his infamous SpongeBob SquarePants memes.

[via WPGC]

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