Jimmy Kimmel Silence Kanye West With One Question About Trump

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 12, 2018

That's what makes 'Ye.

"Yeah, I think that's another one of those things, where people are like, 'How are you gonna talk about it?'" West replied. We never approached taking a medication.

Returning to the show, Kimmel asked Kanye about some of the music on his recent album ye, specifically regarding the lyrics about his daughter North West on the song "Violent Crimes". "There are literally families being torn apart as a result of what this president is doing. His actions are really what matter".

While appearing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Thursday, rapper Kanye West said he faced initial pushback over his support for President Donald Trump and took about a year and a half before regaining his confidence to take a strong stand.

"We did a movie called When in Rome probably four months into dating", Bell told host Jimmy Kimmel.

When the show returned from commercial, Kimmel did not return to Trump again, chatting instead about Kanye's kids and his bipolar diagnosis.

"Like, even like for this interview, I knew I wanted to stay in a calm state". You got him thinking!

Kanye has attracted controversy throughout his career, but the chart-topping star thinks it's imperative that people are given the freedom to express themselves. "I mean, you've so famously and so powerfully said George Bush doesn't care about black people".

- Frederick Joseph (@FredTJoseph) August 10, 2018Kanye West doesn't care about black people.

During an interview that covered everything from Yeezys to philosophy, Kanye addressed his support of Donald Trump, an act that he says comes from a place of "love", not fear. Trump has responded in kind, thanking Yeezy for his support and claiming the rapper-producer-designer has great taste.

"Thank you to Kanye West and the fact that he is willing to tell the TRUTH", the president tweeted Friday.

Lost for a response, Kanye sat silently with his arms crossed, pondering a response that never came.

But Kanye could answer questions about love and fear. "A lot of black on white, obviously, my own reality".

He went on to explain that in the long run, shouting people down pushes them away from the liberal mindset and toward people like popular and controversial speaker, writer, and professor Jordan Peterson.

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