Another bummer for Yeezy is that pretty much anybody can run out to their local hobby shop and buy a drone, which has opened up a whole new world of photo-ops for the paparazzi.
During Kanye's recent deposition in a lawsuit stemming from his paparazzi altercation at LAX, the rapper expressed that the drones are becoming a concern for him - and that he fears his daughter could be hurt, or even killed, by one.
In the documents, obtained by TMZ, 'Ye [sarcastically] asked the photographer's lawyer if drones were flying over their kid when they were trying to learn how to swim.
"Wouldn't you like to just teach your daughter how to swim without a drone flying?" he asked. "What happens if a drone falls right next to her? Would it electrocute her?" Hmm...depending on the type of battery the drone was running on, we supposed it could be a possibility. Or at the very least, there could be a pretty serious explosion.
What's more, the protective dad also worries that it could just fall out of the sky and hit her, which (we hate to say it) is not an unrealistic possibility either.
"Could it fall and hit her if that paparazzi doesn't understand how to remote control the drone over their house?" he asked. Actually, if you Google "drone fly away," you'll see that it can even happen to skilled drone operators.
We don't say this often because Kanye's rants often border on ridiculous, but we know how dangerous drones can be and we're actually totally on Team Kanye in this case.