The University of Missouri is set to offer a course about Kanye & Jay-Z's relationship to Hip Hop, proving once and for all that America's education system is a joke.
There aren't many students in America that dream of going to the University of Missouri, but that might change now that they are offering a brand new course exploring Kanye West and Jay-Z's relationship to each other and their influence on Hip Hop. This absolutely absurd course is being offered by the university's English department. According to Professor Andrew Hoberek “I really do think that these guys are warming up to the level of major poets, and not many people think of it in those terms.” He continues his verbal diarrhea claiming: ”They’re very much like painters and novelists in the 20th century, moving beyond the confines of the art form’s boundaries.”
Perhaps this course can shed light on exactly what Jay-Z's 99 problems are, considering that a bitch ain't one. In contrast, when Kanye is bitching about the whereabouts of his damn croissant he makes incredibly timeless and powerful statement that he is “the fly Malcolm X...Buy any jeans necessary.”
This may be the best example to highlight the current degradation of America's educational institutes. It is also probably why the Chinese are surpassing Americans in every aspect of academia except, of course, for pop culture. Like the Egyptians, the Chinese probably have a hard time convincing their parents to help them pursue a career in Hip Hop relations.
There is still no word if Cairo University will offer a pop culture course, although if they do then we suggest a course on how not to be Tamer Hosny.