Kanye returned to Jimmy Kimmel Live after a five-year hiatus after the two were embroiled in a pretty nasty Twitter spat. However, Ye returned to the show and spoke about mental health, his wife Kim's foray into politics with her meeting with Trump, and his support of 45.
Ye expressed how he rebelled against what he perceives as conventional thinking with his support of Trump, stating, "Just as a musician, African American, everyone around me tried to pick my candidate for me and then told me that I couldn't say that I like Trump." He added, "If I'm afraid to be me, then I'm not Ye, that's what makes me Ye. I enjoy when people are mad at me about certain things."
However, at the end of their conversation, Kimmel posed the question to Kanye about why the man who went on national television and famously said George Bush doesn't care about Black people in wake of Hurricane Katrina, what makes him think Trump does. Ye remained silent.
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