Rapper Kanye West has inspired very mixed reactions since admitting he admires such prominent conservatives as the president of the United States and commentator Candace Owens. West didn't hesitate to tout his support for Mr. Trump in the face of pushback from his friends and family.
"You know, I f-ked up, and went a different direction, and realized that I f-ked up pretty soon", Kardashian, 37, admitted in an interview with Big Boy on Real 92.3 FM on Thursday. "They've never heard two people get together and discuss these things without screaming at each other and saying, 'You're a racist; you're a hater; I gotta shut you down, you're the enemy'".
Referring to the abbreviation of his first name that provides the title of his latest album, he went on: "If I'm afraid to be me, I'm no longer Ye. That's what makes Ye", he told Kimmel.
West added that he rather enjoyed when people became upset with him, invoked Galileo's support for the theory of a heliocentric Solar System, and declared that someone needs to be "fearless enough to break the fucking simulation". "Just place the thought out there". "You've so famously and so powerfully said George Bush doesn't care about black people".
Jimmy Kimmel managed to make Kanye West go radio silent with a straightforward question about Donald Trump. "They keep us so focused on history till we actually believe it repeats itself. and we can't advance as a race of beings", he told Kimmel.
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West complained that liberals, African-Americans and hip-hop colleagues chastised him for being himself and backing the president.
"I'm into designing", said West with a wry smile.
"Whether we like his personality or not, his actions are really what matter".