Published: Sun, August 12, 2018

Kanye West Says He Was Not Stumped by Trump Question

Kanye West Says He Was Not Stumped by Trump Question

And then I was hit with the let's go to commercial break.

During Thursday's JKL episode, Kimmel reminded West about his infamous 2005 moment when he said President George W. Bush "doesn't care" about black people during a telethon to raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims.

Kanye West enjoyed his Jimmy Kimmel Live! interview so much he tweeted about this weekend, and explained why he was left speechless by one question about President Donald Trump.

Since the song's release, people immediately got to work sussing out every bit of it although most people seemed to be chucking question marks over one particular verse. "And then I was hit with the let's go to commercial break".

Kanye West has shocked us again - and this time it has nothing to do with President Trump.


"That interview showed strong personalities with different opinions having a civil conversation", he continued.

West was notably silent on the show when he was asked why he thinks the president cares about black people. It's called "XTCY" and it involves West rapping about how he "would smash" all four sisters of wife Kim Kardashian. The sisters get a mention in the song's semi-pornographic lyrics: "You got sick thoughts?"

He reflected on the controversial moment positively as he said: 'What was awesome is the world got to really experience someone in a ramped-up state. I got more of 'em. It's like we're mentally imprisoned'.

In the track Kanye addresses his two daughters - five-year-old North and six-month-old Chicago - as he expresses fear over them dating when they get older.

'A lot of black on white, obviously'.

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