Kanye West explains what it is like to get criticized as a Trump supporter
Kanye West says liberals brag people who are Trump supporters.
In a preview of David Letterman’s talk with Kanye West, that starts streaming subsequent Friday, May 31, a musician’s mom Kim Kardashian West, tweeted a shave of him pity a touching memory of his mother, Donda, who died in 2007 after a surgical procedure.
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While his mom looks on smiling, West answers Letterman’s doubt about a memory of his mother.
“This would have been a funnest time of her life,” he says, “to have those kids using around that house, and being means to buy them toys. we remember my mom bought me a bear that was multicolored, and we was really into [Japanese artist] Takashi Murakami during a time of [my] third album, ‘Graduation,’ so she bought it and pronounced ‘That kinda feels like Murakami.’ And afterwards we was sorta like ‘I don’t wish that, it ain’t no Takashi Murakami bear.’ [Laughter] And afterwards she upheld a few weeks after and we did all we could to find that bear and place that bear on tip of all a Takashi Murakami things we had in a house.
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“But she’s here with us,” he concludes, “and running us.”
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In a interview, West also talks about music, fashion, his squabble with Drake and, inevitably, his support of President Trump. The talk starts streaming on Netflix May 31st.