Kanye Weststumped even his most hardcore followers when he began praising Adolf Hitler and the Nazi occasion, however the controversial rapper had already released his “white supremacist manifesto” within the 2013 hit song Black Skinhead.
Jimmy Kimmel is amongst these puzzled at West’s admiration of Hitler, calling the rapper a “Black white supremacist.”
“Let’s think about this was one other pop star. Imagine if it was Ariana Grande saying this stuff,” Kimmel stated. “We’d load her right into a cannon and hearth her into the ocean, proper?
“But Kanye appears to get crazier day by day, and he nonetheless has followers. And you recognize an interview’s gone off the rails once you’re watching it pondering, ‘Gee, I hope Alex Jones can speak some sense into this man.'”
Kimmel is just not too far off, as West seemingly claimed to be a Black white supremacist practically a decade prior on his Yeezy album.
BLKKK SKKKINHEAD by Kanye West
West begins Black Skinhead off by saying it is his “theme song” and finishes by claiming he would have already been lifeless if he revealed what he is aware of.
“I’ve been a menace for the longest. But I ain’t completed, I’m devoted. And you recognize it,” West says on the song. “So comply with me up trigger this shit’s about to go (down). I’m doing 500, I’m outta management (now). But there’s nowhere to go (now). And there is not any solution to gradual (down).
“If I knew what I knew up to now, I’d’ve been blacked out in your a–.”
West lately introduced his 2024 presidential candidacy earlier than blowing up Twitter by showing on the Alex Jones podcast and claiming that he caught ex-wife Kim Kardashian cheating with NBA player Chris Paul.