Kanye West explains what exactly he likes about Trump

Kanye West explains what exactly he likes about Trump

He told the hosts: 'You hear about slavery for 400 years.

T.I. then pushed him about what he actually does agree with and he replied, "The ability to do what no one said you could do". "Like, you were there for 400 years and it's all of you all?" You know, it's like we're mentally in prison.

Kanye West continues his "freedom of thought" campaign and took it to the TMZ office where he shared his belief that "slavery was a choice". Prison unites us as one race.

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In an extensive interview with Charlamagne the God on Tuesday, embattled rapper Kanye West says he's "in a stronger place than I ever was". "I'm not safe, but that's why you love me", declared West.

"And that sharpens the diamond-our mind, our consciousness, the way we are thinking, just breaking some shit". "It's just an innate feeling I want to express".

"As soon as I was 45 minutes late, I felt it was the fashion community getting the right to say n***** without saying it". But there is fact and real world effect behind everything that you just said. "These pills that they want me to take three of a day, I take one a week, maybe". And it's fascinating to see T.I., in a sort of disapproving-wise-uncle role, attempting to remain cordial with West while at the same time letting him know that what he's doing is wrong.

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When pressed at what part he agrees with, West did not elaborate but said that the President winning was inspiring to him.

As Kanye looked dumbfounded that someone had disagreed, Van Lathan added: 'And while you're living the life you earned by being a genius, the rest of us in society have to deal with these threats to our lives. "Frankly, I'm disappointed, I'm appalled and, brother, I am unbelievably hurt by the fact that you have morphed into something, to me, that's not real".

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