Kanye West Defends Kim Kardashian on 'South Park'

Yeezus was on 'South Park' last night to defend Kim Kardashian against rumors that she's a hobbit.

Kanye West took a trip to 'South Park.' This was not his first time: He was there in 2009, in an episode titled 'Fishsticks.' Last night, on 'The Hobbit,' he was there to defend the honor of his fiance, Kim Kardashian.

Kanye was called to the front of the class by Mr. Garrison in order to talk -- rant? -- about how Kim is not a "hobbit." Apparently, the rumors began at South Park Elementary, and Kanye felt the need to set the record straight. "That is not funny and it is not true," he said. He got side tracked a few times and had to call Kim so she could confirm that she is, in fact, not a hobbit. The kids sat quietly.

Then Kanye appeared at the "TIME MAGAZINE PERSON OF THE YEAR AWARD" ceremony. The award was given to Pope Francis. But then, out of nowhere, Kanye snatched the microphone from the Pope, as if the Pope was Taylor Swift at the 2009 MTV VMAs, and continued to make a case for why Kim is not a hobbit.

There was also a parody of Kanye's recent 'Bound 2' video, which was recently parodied by James Franco and Seth Rogen. And the episode ended with Kanye reading a bedtime story to Wendy Testaburger about how Kim actually is a hobbit, and how the powers of Photoshop made her beautiful, even though they could never make her Beyonce. It was not very funny, but it happened.

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