Late Wednesday night, rapper Kanye West unleashed an epic three-hour Twitter rant on his nearly six million followers. His overall message? He wants to change the world.
From fashion and design to education and innovation, Kanye West wants to pull some of the world's greatest thinkers, from 22 different fields, into one supergroup think tank, called DONDA, named after the rapper's late mother Donda West, who died in 2007. According to West, the goal of his new venture DONDA is "to make products and experiences that people want and can afford."
But that's not all. During the course of his frantic tweeting, West also announced that he was in talks to become the creative director of "The Jetsons" movie, based off the popular 1960s futuristic animated TV show of the same name.
"I was just discussing becoming the creative director for the 'Jetson' movie and someone on the call yelled out.. you should do a Jetsons tour!," West tweeted.
However, this isn't the first time the "Watch the Throne" rapper has made his opinions known in a public manner. In 2005, after the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, West publicly announced, "George Bush doesn't care about black people," during NBC's live telethon fundraiser, "A Concert For Hurricane Relief."
Then in 2009, West made headlines again for storming the MTV Video Music Awards stage after Taylor Swift won the VMA for Best Female Video, taking the microphone away from the shaken teen star and proclaiming that Beyonce had been robbed for her "Single Ladies" video, which he claimed was "one of the best music videos of all time."
Take a look below to click through some of West's most memorable -- and controversial -- TV blunders.