Everything that happens in life is for a reason and serves a purpose.
Back in 2014, Kanye West got into it with a paparazzi at LAX, which resulted in legal matters of Ye being charged and settling in a civil lawsuit. The case also involved Kanye serving a total of 250 hours of community service. At first it seemed like a bad experience but it was purposed for a greater good.
Kanye's community service abided in him teaching classes at the Los Angeles Trade Technical College and apparently Yeezus had a great message that he was destined to deliver to the graduating students of 2015.
During his speech, Ye lectured the next generation of leaders and innovators about his love and passion for fashion, and how it is part of his bloodline. Kanye expressed his transition from a musician to a fashion designer and not allowing himself to be boxed in, when he was already thinking outside the box. Ye continued his speech about using time wisely to learn, evolve and becoming your best in your talents, skills and etc. He shared his personal experiences of speaking up for what is right and how being truthful got him hated on. Despite that, Kanye believes truth prevails in creativity and stated he respects other people's creativty and their deliverence of it.
Ye went on to talk about what the graduating class of 2015 will face as far as politics, haters, having to fight for what they believe in, being creators in life while they are living, listening to the calling of their souls and creating/developing off it against all odds.
“Usually when you’re the abosulte best, you get hated on the most."
“If it’s in your gut, if it’s in your soul, there’s nothing, there’s no worldly possessions that should come between you and your expression.”
Check out the footage below via Complex.