Kanye West claims Democrats have 'brainwashed' black Americans and forced them to 'abort their children' in new interview
Rapper Kanye West also said he wasn't afraid of being 'cancelled' for his views, because: 'I'm only afraid of my daddy, God'
Rapper Kanye West has claimed that black Americans have been 'brainwashed' by Democrats.
While giving an explosive interview to radio host Big Boy, West shared that Democrats are making Black people abort their children. It seemed like he was confusing Plan B or emergency contraception which prevents pregnancy with abortions which end an already existing pregnancy.
He went on to share that "We're [black Americans] brainwashed out here, bro. Come on, man. This is a free man talking. Democrats had us voting for Democrats with food stamps for years. What are you talking about guns in the 80s, taking the fathers out the home, Plan B, lowering our votes, making us abort children".
It was just last year that West had declared his support for the Republican President, Donald Trump while sporting a 'Make America Great Again' cap. West was asked if he was tacitly endorsing racism by supporting Trump to which he replied saying, "The most racist thing a person can tell me is that I'm supposed to choose something based on my race".
He also added how he would not tell any black American who to vote for. "I'm not telling nobody to not vote Democrat, I love Obama, I love lemonade, I love Wingstop, I love polos, I love Jordans," he said in a bizarre statement.
During the interview, West also spoke of his dislike for social media even though he is married to reality TV star Kim Kardashian who has a massive Instagram presence. "Instagram got your b*tch... social media [is] doing more to hurt families and families are the key to health," West revealed.
The 'Gold Digger' rapper also shared how he was not afraid of being canceled over his opinions. He shared that he only 'afraid of my daddy, God'. " I'm telling you that God is showing you that you can have your own thoughts, bro. I been canceled before there was cancel culture".