In a video that he posted on Twitter, Kanye West talked about his recent meeting with the former president of the United States and claimed that Mr Donald Trump insulted his ex-wife.
The rapper shared specifics of his conversation with former US President Donald Trump in the video that he released for his 2024 presidential campaign on Twitter.
Ye describes what transpired during the meeting between him and Trump at the resort of the former president in the video titled “Mar-a-Lago Debrief.”
The video saw Kanye referencing Trump’s supposed cruel words towards his ex Kim Kardashian. Also, the video talks about a meeting at which West allegedly asked Trump to run for vice president in 2024.
According to the New York Post, Trump, who has already announced his third run for president, reportedly scoffed at the idea of running as Kanye’s vice president. Later, he also mentioned Alice Johnson, a woman in her 60s whose sentence he reduced in 2016 thanks to Kardashian’s lobbying.
“He basically gave me this would-be mob-esque kinda story, talking to some kid from the South Side of Chicago trying to sound mobby or whatever. He goes into the story about all that he went through to get Alex Johnson out of jail but he didn’t do it for Kim but he did for me. But then he goes on to say that Kim is a [expletive] and you can tell her I said that. And I was thinking like that’s the mother of my children.” Kanye Said in the video.
In the video that Kanye posted, the alleged remark made by Trump to Kardashian has been censored.
In the midst of his experience in the antisemitism controversy, Kanye recently announced his intention to run for president. After being banned for sharing posts that were anti-Semitic, the rapper recently re-entered Twitter. Recently, the rapper said in an interview with Piers Morgan that he was “sorry for the people that I hurt” by tweeting “death con 3.
In any case, when the anchor squeezed him, Ye said he was “by no means” sorry for recording the piece of feedback. The singer later stated, on October 15, that he “doesn’t believe” in the term antisemitism.
Meanwhile, Kim had issued a statement on her Instagram account in response to Kanye’s antisemitic remarks, stating,
“Hate speech is never OK or excusable. I stand together with the Jewish community and call on the terrible violence and hateful rhetoric towards them to come to an immediate end.”