Kanye West Fears the 3-D Printer, Wishes ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ Was Shot Like Stanley Kubrick

But robots are pretty chill.

Kim and Khloé Kardashian visited their family’s homeland of Armenia on Sunday’s season premiere of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. The Ye to Kimye’s Kim was toted along on a visit the Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, a free-of-charge Armenian art school.

During their tour, Kanye West unloaded his true feelings about his wife’s show to an art instructor.

“They’re shooting my wife’s show, and I keep on, like, asking them to shoot it like it’s Stanley Kubrick.”

The Huffington Post unearthed a quote from Yeezy’s interview with Hot 97 in 2013 that echoes his current sentiments. “I don’t really do her show just because I don’t particularly like the way the producers shoot some of the shots … I’d like to get a different [director of photography] or whatever,” he said. “And when we got engaged, I made sure the show was there [filming] because I felt like that was something that would make her happy.”

But that’s not all! After revealing his opinion on robots (he likes them) West outlined his concerns in regards to 3-D printers.

“That is what I’m afraid of right here. 3-D printing. Because the internet destroyed the music industry and now this is what we’re afraid of right now with the textile industry.”

“There will come a time where it’s like, people will be making their shoes at home.”

Watch Kanye’s quotable appearance on KUWTK over at Gawker.