However, in an interview with David Letterman, the famous rapper goes off once again about those who disagree with his politics, basically labeling Liberals as bitter motherf-ckers.
West, of course, is an unabashed Donald Trump supporter.
He loves to wear his Make America Great Again and he held court in the Oval Office several months ago.
Kanye has come under fire for these beliefs from critics who think President Trump is a narcissistic, dumb racist — and he’s very annoyed about it!
“This is like my thing with Trump — we don’t have to feel the same way, but we have the right to feel what we feel,” West tells Letterman in a chat that will debut on Netflix on May 31.
He goes on to say that rocking a “Make America Great Again” hat is “not about politics,” but rather an attempt to break the stigma around showing support for Trump.
There’s an odd hill to wanna die on, right?
In the discussion, Letterman brings up the Republican-led voter suppression efforts during the recent midterm elections.
“So if I see a person that I admire talking about Donald Trump can think whatever he does,” he says, “I wonder if those thoughts, indirectly, aren’t hurting people who are already being hurt.”
In other words: Donald Trump’s policies are having a harmful effect on African-Americans.
Doesn’t Kanye realize that his support is therefore contributing to this pain and suffering?
West ignores this question and replies that Trump voters are “treated like enemies of America because that’s what they felt.”
After Letterman makes a case that Trump actually is not helping those who vote for him, that it’s just one giant con perpetrated by the President, West shoots back:
“Have you ever been beat up in your high school for wearing the wrong hat?”
Simply put, he adds:
“Liberals bully people who are Trump supporters!”
It really is pretty sad.
All those Trump supporters want to do is deport foreigners, take away the rights of LGBTQ members and cheer on corruption at the highest level in peace.
Give them a break, Liberals! Leave them alone!
Elsewhere, Kanye brings up his issues with Drake at one point, although he refuses to mention the artist by name.
We had a little beef last year,” West tells the comedian.
“He has this line that I love that says, ‘I told my story and made history’ – like made his story and made history. That’s what we do, we tell our story and then people relate to that story.”
Continues Kanye, sort of on this topic:
“I have a friend who told me that my power is my influence. And I said my power is my ability to not be influenced.”
We’re not totally sure what Kanye is talking about here, either.
But check out excerpts from the interview below: