I'mma let you finish, but... Kanye West might be readying the most memborable MTV Video Music Awards performance ever.
'Ye will take to the stage for the 2010 VMAs just one year after he drew the ire of many when he interrupted Taylor Swift during her acceptance speech for "Best Female Video."
West infamously pushed for Beyonce's "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)," which later took home a Moon Man for "Video of the Year."
The Chicago rapper was booed, shrugged, and exited stage right.
The aftermath was crushing, as everyone seemed to weigh in, including President Barack Obama, who called Kanye a "jackass."
West eventually went into a self-imposed exile but has made a comeback lately, with the premiere of his video, "Power," and an array of entertaining social media pursuits, from embracing Twitter and partaking in Ustream chats.
Joining Yeezy as a performer is Drake, who will make his VMA debut, as an attendee and draw on stage.
The Thank Me Later star won't be the only Lil Wayne protege at the Los Angeles event.
Nicki Minaj is confirmed as a presenter; Ne-Yo and Trey Songz will also present awards at the show.
The 27th annual MTV Video Music Awards will be broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on September 12 at 9 p.m. ET.