Scoop: Kanye West vows to be nice

Alo Ceballos/FilmMagicKayne West is seen in Soho on November 26

Alo Ceballos/FilmMagicKayne West is seen in Soho on November 26

Start placing your bets: Kanye West has promised he won’t talk smack about anyone for six whole months, according to the New York Post.

Think he can do it? Nah.

West likely reached this epiphany after he saw all of the year-end “biggest jerk in showbiz” lists he topped.

“This is the last time you’ll ever hear me say anything negative about anyone,” he told the crowd at a recent Toronto concert. “You only get the energy that you put out into the world.”

Wow! Looks like Santa delivered him a big ol’ bag of self-awareness. Happy New Year!FeaturesGossipKanye West

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