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Kanye West tells Kimmel he isn't 'afraid to be me'

12 August 2018

In 2013, Kimmel ran afoul of the rapper after he parodied West's interview with BBC Radio 1 in which he had said things such as "I'm the No. 1 rock star on the planet".

During an interview with late night host Jimmy Kimmel Thursday, West explained his decision to publicly support the President and his overall philosophy about free thinking. West didn't hesitate to tout his support for Mr. Trump in the face of pushback from his friends and family.

"It represented overcoming fear and doing what you felt, no matter what anyone said", West said. "That's what makes Ye", Kanye added - Watch the full interview below!

Kimmel addressed Kim Kardashian helping convince Trump to grant clemency Alice Marie Johnson in June.

"You know, I'm very grateful and I'm very hopeful that more good things are gonna come out of our conversations", she told Kimmel.

"We never had therapists in the black community".

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West silently contemplated the question for several seconds before Kimmel suggested taking a break. So I see him backstage.

He continued to tweet vaguely about his appreciation for Trump, including a photo of himself in a "Make America Great Again" hat.

- Philip Lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) August 10, 2018Jimmy Kimmel asks Kanye West to explain his alignment with Donald Trump after famously saying "George Bush doesn't care about black people" because Trump is far worse.

In the past Kanye West has publicly called the USA president his brother and claimed that the pair share "dragon energy".

One answer that didn't fall under those parameters was the one he gave when Jimmy Kimmel asked him if President Donald Trump, whom West supports, cares about black people. "Nothing went down, nothing happened, but then I went to NY and started filming and I was like, 'You're right, I'm miserable". "They keep us so focused on history till we actually believe it repeats itself. and we can't advance as a race of beings", he told Kimmel.

But the appearance wasn't all positive. We look back now, and I guess him and his best friend had a convo and he was like, 'Dude. I'll say it on real TV.

Kanye West tells Kimmel he isn't 'afraid to be me'