Kanye West says that Jimmy Kimmel's cut to the commercial break prevented him from answering questions

The controversial rapper of 41 years shared his thoughts on Saturday after his appearance on Thursday at Jimmy Kimmel Live

Kanye West went to Twitter to defend his inability to answer a question that compared the treatment of Donald Trump and George W. Bush with blacks, stating that he was "not given the opportunity to answer the question".

The controversial 41-year-old rapper shared his thoughts on Saturday after his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday, adding that the commercial host's cut prevented him from responding.

"In Jimmy Kimmel we had a great time having a dialogue, I am reading that I was puzzled by a question," he said on Saturday.

Let me clarify the bait click. I was not perplexed. I did not have the opportunity to answer the question & # 39;

The controversial rapper of 41 years shared his thoughts on Saturday after his appearance on Thursday at Jimmy Kimmel Live

The controversial rapper of 41 years shared his thoughts on Saturday after his appearance on Thursday at Jimmy Kimmel Live

"In Jimmy Kimmel we had a great time having a dialogue, I am reading that I was puzzled by a question," he said on Saturday. Let me clarify the bait click. I was not perplexed. I did not have the opportunity to answer the question & # 39;

& # 39; The question was so important that I took the time to think. And then I was hit with the go to a commercial break. That interview showed strong personalities with different opinions having a civil conversation. "

West takes the moment to express his disdain for the "click bait", but does not take the opportunity to give his response on Twitter.

The controversial rapper has used social networks to clarify his questionable points in the past.

After the West debacle in TMZ where he alluded to that slavery was an option, the artist took to Twitter and posted a quote from Harriet Tubman in an effort to better support his point.

He added: "The question was so important that I took the time to think, and then I was hit with the we go to a commercial break." That interview showed strong personalities with different opinions having a civil conversation & # 39;

He added: "The question was so important that I took the time to think, and then I was hit with the we go to a commercial break." That interview showed strong personalities with different opinions having a civil conversation & # 39;

He added: "The question was so important that I took the time to think, and then I was hit with the we go to a commercial break." That interview showed strong personalities with different opinions having a civil conversation & # 39;

On Thursday, the controversial rapper and fashion designer spoke with Jimmy Kimmel about his support for Trump by explaining that other people can not control their actions.

"Just as a musician, African-American, everyone around me tried to choose my candidate and then they told me I could not say I like Trump," he said.

Kimmel continued to ask about Kim Kardashian's recent visit to the White House, where he met with the president.

Did you ever worry about being alone in the Oval Office with President Trump? Kimmel asked.

"Well, he's a player," Kanye joked.

Kanye West appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday night, the talk show host asked about his support for Trump and mental illness.

When asked if he thought "Donald Trump would care about black people," West remained silent, forcing Kimmel to go to the commercial, so he never answered the question.

"There are broken families on the border of this country," said Kimmel, "Whether we like his personality or not, his actions are what counts." You so famously and so powerfully said, "George Bush does not care about black people." What makes you think Donald Trump does it, or anyone else?

West inclined his head to think, said nothing and the show went to break.

The interview also altered between casual jokes and serious conversations about West's mental disorder.

The talk show host talked about his recent album Ye and the song I Thought About Killing You along with the quote on the cover of the album that says: I hate being biopolar. It is awesome & # 39;

"It's important for us to have open conversations about mental health," Kanye said. "We never had therapists in the black community."

The three-year-old father addressed his infamous May TMZ Live interview in which he said that slavery & # 39; sounds like a choice. & # 39;

He reflected positively on the controversial moment when he said: "The wonderful thing was that the world really experienced someone in an accelerated state, and that's when you get these comments that just shoot out, almost like Tourette's."

Back in May, he appeared on the TMZ program and said infamously: "You were there for 400 years and you are all of all of you." It is as if we were mentally imprisoned & # 39;

In December 2016, Kayne West met with Trump and then expressed his support for the president

In December 2016, Kayne West met with Trump and then expressed his support for the president

In December 2016, Kayne West met with Trump and then expressed his support for the president

They continued talking about their latest album and the song Violent Crimes.

In the song, Kanye addresses her two daughters, North, five, and Chicago, six months, while expressing fear that they will leave when they come to light.

Kimmel, 50, asked if having daughters made the Gold Digger singer change his point of view about women.

West replied: & # 39; Nah still look at Pornhub & # 39;

The host jokingly asked about his favorite genre of pornography, to which Kanye replied sincerely: "Blacked is my favorite category."

Kimmel insisted that he did not need to answer, but the Life Of Pablo producer remained firm.

Kanye said: What's the point of being Kanye West if you can not break down the pornographic categories?

"A lot of black on white, obviously."

The 41-year-old man also asked for more open conversations about mental health, especially in the black community, explaining his own difficulties with bipolar disorder.

The 41-year-old man also asked for more open conversations about mental health, especially in the black community, explaining his own difficulties with bipolar disorder.

The 41-year-old man also asked for more open conversations about mental health, especially in the black community, explaining his own difficulties with bipolar disorder.

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