TMZ caught up with Kanye West and asked him about Ray J, who continues to be pissed off about 'Ye's "Famous" video, reiterating after the VMAs that he didn't think the video was cool, at all.

However, Kanye still thinks everyone should just calm down, because it's all love.

"I don't understand why people are getting mad," he said, appearing genuinely confused, "we're all in the same bed."

The video has obviously been a source of controversy since it debuted, though Kanye has always insisted it was high-art that called out the damaging effects of fame, pushing the issue of celebrity invasion to the forefront. Ray J didn't quite see it that way, and wondered why the hell there was a wax replica of him in bed next to 'Ye and his wife Kim Kardashian.

“Don’t put me part of nothing that’s weird, that don’t make sense,” he said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight while backstage at the 2016 BET Awards. He also said the video caused drama between him and his now wife, Princess Love.

"My marriage is all messed up ‘cause of craziness. I’m not part of nothing crazy,” he continued. “I walk down a good path. My fiancée tripping. It’s all bad in my world, and that ain’t cool.”

For his part, Kanye is over the drama. When asked if there was anything he didn't get a chance during his VMA speech on Sunday, he said that really, he's all about love these days.

"Just love each other, that's the whole point I wante to make, love each other and appreciate our time," he said, before adding that he also wants to bring attention to his hometown, Chicago.

Kanye said he thinks he has a good idea of what can bring a little bit of positive change to the troubled city.

"I want to do school uniforms all across Chicago," he suggested, "just as a starting point to ending classism and bullying."


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