Kanye West defends his support for Trump: 'Liberals can't bully me'
All the way through a televised interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Are living!” Thursday night time, Kanye West defended his determination to give a boost to Donald Trump all through an look on “Jimmy Kimmel Are living!” and stated he might not be “bullied” via the ones at the left.
“Simply as a musician, African-American, man out in Hollywood, these kinds of various things, you already know, everybody round me attempted to select my candidate for me,” the Chicago rapper advised Kimmel. “After which advised me each and every time I stated I appreciated Trump that I couldn’t say it out loud or my profession can be over; I’d get kicked out of the black group as a result of blacks- we’re intended to have a monolithic concept, we will simplest like, we will simplest be Democrats and all.”
West stated it took him greater than a 12 months ahead of he received the “self assurance to rise up” and publicly wear Trump’s signature “Make The usa Nice Once more” hat – which brought about an uproar from a lot of his lovers again in April.
“I didn’t have the boldness to take at the international and the conceivable backlash and it took me a 12 months and a part have the boldness to rise up and put at the hat it doesn’t matter what the effects had been,” West defined.
“And what it represented to me isn’t about insurance policies as a result of I’m now not a political candidate like that, but it surely represented overcoming worry and doing what you felt, it doesn’t matter what somebody stated, in pronouncing, you’ll be able to’t bully me. Liberals can’t bully me, news can’t bully me, the hip-hop group, they are able to’t bully me. As a result of at that time, if I’m afraid to be me, I’m not Ye. That’s what makes Ye.”