Kanye West was all smiles for the paparazzi in Paris, unlike last week when he went ballistic on U.S. photographers outside his Los Angeles-area home. Now, in an odd video, Yeezy explains the difference between French and American paparazzi.

Outside of a building in Paris, West starts the conversation by first warning the paparazzi not to ask him any questions. But then he levels with them and explains that French shutterbugs don't harass celebrities and don't stand outside of people's homes unlike the photographers in the U.S. The visual comes courtesy of TMZ.

We don't think West's opinion is quite accurate considering that paparazzi in Paris were partly blamed for the death of Princess Diana back in 1997. Furthermore, the late Michael Jackson was constantly pursued by photographers in Paris when he was alive.

However, we have to admit, these cameramen were very polite and courteous to West when he steps out of his vehicle. So he may have a point.

The humorous part of the clip comes near the end when a woman approaches and ask West who he is much to his astonishment. The reaction on Yeezus' face is priceless.

In the meantime, West seems to be enjoying himself in Paris. He recently attended a Givenchy fashion show with his boo Kim Kardashian. The lovely couple wore matching outfits to the function. Aww, isn't that cute?