Published: Wed, May 02, 2018
Culture | By Glenn Strickland

Kanye West reveals liposuction and opioid addiction

Kanye West reveals liposuction and opioid addiction

"... I think I'm in a stronger place than I ever was after the breakdown, or as I like to call it 'the breakthrough", West said. "When I wear that hat, it's a fight for equality".

The track features rapper "The People", trading verses with West while questioning West's motivations in wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat in posts on social media, and questioning his expressed "love" for Trump. Dillinger shared a screenshot of the vid on Instagram, and the former boyfriend of Kim Kardashian commented, "u krazy kuzin! let me know what we doin!"

"As soon as I was 45 minutes late, I felt it was the fashion community getting the right to say n***** without saying it".

Nevertheless, 40-year-old West insisted Tuesday, "Trump is one of rap's favorite people". West touched on some of the controversial statements he's made over the past week, including his thoughts on Donald Trump, and created some new ones along the way, including his thoughts on slavery.

"I just love Trump, that's my boy", he added.

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Kanye also went on to continue his support of President Trump, calling Trump his "boy".

"There's like, the situation with my wife in Paris, and all of the elements, you're feeling helpless, like, what can you do?" he said. And it's fascinating to see T.I., in a sort of disapproving-wise-uncle role, attempting to remain cordial with West while at the same time letting him know that what he's doing is wrong.

"There is fact and real-world, real-life outcome behind everything that you just said", Van told the rapper, who looked serious as he listened on.

The rift that occurred following a $20 million deal between rapper and music mogul Jay-Z and West a year ago came about, he said, from "the fact that he was anxious that it came from him". "But there is fact and real-life, real world outcome behind everything you just said".

"I actually don't think you're thinking anything", he said.

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