Kanye West is still angry at Taylor Swift.
At a surprise performance of his acclaimed new album at NYC's Bowery Ballroom around 1 a.m. Wednesday, West, 33, launched another attack against the country star, 20, whom he famously ambushed at the 2009 Video Music Awards.
During his rant, West seemed to suggest that the Speak Now singer used the VMA brouhaha to bolster her fame.
"Taylor never came to my defense at any interview," West ranted. "And rode the waves and rode it and rode it," he sniped of Swift.
Swift wasn't West's only target. The "Power" rapper also dug into Matt Lauer, with whom he recently tussled on the Today Show.
West charged that Lauer "exploited" him as they chatted about former President George W. Bush, who lamented that West called him a "racist" for his handling of Katrina.
Bush had said that West's comment was a "lowest moment" in his Presidency; West also objected to the Today Show playing a video clip of the VMA moment during their Today Show interview.
"Because [of] the popularity of me, they exploited that...That's not what he f*cking said!" West railed. "That's not what he said! He said it was one of his lowest moments. But it shows you---the way they try to villainize, the way they tried to do that."