The idea of West sitting down for three entire segments of Jimmy Kimmel Live-an interview the artist requested-makes it feel as though Yeezy has something significant to tell the world.
Watch Kanye and Kimmel's conversation about Donald Trump in the clip above.
Kim Kardashian knew her marriage to Kris Humphries was a bust long before their notorious 72-days were up - and she also knew that she'd rebound pretty quickly with Kanye West, who she says was "heartbroken" at the sight of her wedding ring.
West's admiration for Trump - which appears to stem from an appreciation that of the businessman's unlikely ascent to the presidency - contrasts with his previous views on Republican presidents, namely George W. Bush.
"Well, she's super passionate about it, and it was fantastic for her to see that dream come true", West said.
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West said he couldn't publicize his support for Trump "or my career would be over, I'd get kicked out of the black community".
Coincidences! In any case, Kimmel smartly put on a receptive face and bided his time until just the right moment to cut through Kanye's dodges about Trump's actual policies. But it represented overcoming fear and doing what you felt, no matter what anyone said, in saying, you can't bully me.
He went on to say that, for him, supporting Trump "is not about policies, because I'm not a politician like that".
"Well she's super passionate about it, and it was unbelievable for her to see that dream come true", West responded.
The hip-hop star has previously called Trump "my brother" and said they shared the same "dragon energy". "If I'm afraid to be me, then I'm not Ye, that's what makes me Ye".
The reality maven revealed that West, 41, was crushed at her marriage to the National Basketball Association star.
"When I see people just even, like, go at the president, it's like, why not try love?"