Kanye West Defends His Silence On ‘Kimmel’ When Asked About Trump: ‘I Wasn’t Stumped’


Kanye west clarifies why he was silent in response to Kimmel’s Trump query.

The rapper took to Twitter on Sunday to answer claims that he was “stumped” when Jimmy Kimmel requested him a troublesome query on “Jimmy Kimmel Reside!” Thursday evening about Kanye’s help of the President.

Kimmel had requested, “There are actually households being torn aside because of what this President is doing, and I believe that can’t neglect that, whether or not we like his persona or not, his actions are actually what matter. I imply, you so famously and so powerfully mentioned, ‘George [W.] Bush does not care about black folks.’ It makes me marvel what makes you assume that Donald Trump does, or any folks in any respect.” And after an extended pause, Kimmel broke the silence for a industrial break. When the printed returned, the subject was left unanswered.

Kanye tweeted, “On Jimmy Kimmel we had a good time having a dialogue. I’m studying that I used to be stumped by a query. Let me make clear the press bait. I wasn’t stumped. I wasn’t given an opportunity to reply the query.”

He continued, “The query was so vital I took time to assume. After which I used to be hit with the let’s go to industrial break. That interview confirmed robust personalities with completely different opinions having a civil dialog.”

Kimmel backed up Kanye’s tweet, responding “Not each query warrants a direct reply. Some solutions have to be thought-about and a chat present with time constraints is a troublesome place to try this. I understand how a lot Kanye cares and I’m so impressed by what he’s doing quietly and with out fanfare to assist those that want it.”

‘Ye lastly mentioned he “appreciated” Kimmel and his workforce, and was joyful to see the host stroll out in Yeezys.




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