In Kanye West's GOOD MUSIC song clique he boast:
Yeah, I’m talking business, we talking CIA/ I’m talking George Tenet, I seen him the other day/ He asked me about my Maybach, think he had the same/ Except mine tinted and his might have been rented.”

George Tenet is the former CIA director who insisted the Sadaam Huessien had weapons of mass destruction. Here is what his representative had to say about the allegations :

“There is some truth to that story,” longtime Tenet spokesman Bill Harlow tells Danger Room. That’s a better track record than most rappers can claim — and, for that matter, most CIA analysts.

Harlow explains that a “few months ago,” Tenet was leaving a business meeting in a New York City building when, unexpectedly, Kanye West entered. “They bumped into each other,” Harlow said, and someone in the various entourages introduced the rapper to the former intelligence chief, who left government service in 2004 after infamously vouching for the claim that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.

“They chatted briefly,” Harlow says. “The next thing you know, it’s recorded history.” This should add grist to the online conspiracy theory that Kanye is a member of the Illuminati.

Only one thing: “There was no discussion of Maybachs,” Harlow says. Tenet doesn’t drive one — rented, leased, owned or otherwise.

I guess Kanye West is really about the life he raps about.