UnNews:Kayne West upset over loss at VFH

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3 November 2006

Kanye west

There he goes, bitching about something else again, whiney bitch that he is.

WIKILAND, in your mind -- Kanye West crashed the Uncyclopedia featured article page yesterday when he lost an attempted VHF bid to §ǚρωξλ£μĦΦφ≈€ƏξßÐÆØΞ's "Water Polo... With Sharks!" After the announcement of the 3 November featured article, West logged onto the site and began a tirade. He began with a rant about why he should've won for the article on himself, saying: "It has 388 edits, Oscar Wilde references were in it. I was making fun of Bush. If I don't win, the featured articles lose credibility. Nothing against you, but hell, man." Furthermore, he predictably added, "Uncyclopedia doesn't care about Black People."

Later, West admitted, "I haven't seen [the Water Polo... With Sharks! article]. Possibly it could have been quite good, but no way better than 'Kanye West'. That is complete bullshit. 388 Edits. Obviously it's not all about the edits, but the response it got transcended everything, it really made a great article. It took a year to make; I accused people of not caring about things. I did it to win the VFH and I wanted to go home with it."

This is not the first time that West has been become a whiny bitch over not winning something. In 2004, West bitterly complained that his Encyclop*dia Dramatica article was not "Emo Faggy" enough. Similiarly, when he was in kindergarten he threw a tantrum, destroying all juice boxes in the room for not winning the golden star for best student that week. This is actually the 58,920,932nd recorded piss-fit by West.

Elsewhere in the VFH, the big winners included "Jackson Pollock", and the "Church of God the Wholly Incompetent." The incident serves as the most surprising and controversial story from the VFH since "Euroipods" somehow won 11 months ago.

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