From 'fake' kids to 'glass prison': Unaired rants leaked from Kanye West's Tucker Carlson interview

From 'fake' kids to 'glass prison': Unaired rants leaked from Kanye West's Tucker Carlson interview
Kanye West makes more antisemitic comments in the unaired footage which was edited out of his interview with Tucker Carlson (Victor Boyko/Getty Images, Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

MANHATTAN, NEW YORK CITY: Kanye West recently sat down with Tucker Carlson for a two-part interview for the 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' show on Fox News, where the duo explored conversations around various topics, including his 'White Lives Matter' controversy. 

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However, leaked unaired footage from the interview published by Vice carries many more Vile statements from Kanye, who recently changed his name to Ye. The 45-year-old said during the interview, "When I say Jew, I mean the 12 lost tribes of Judah, the blood of Christ, who the people known as the race black really are. This is who our people are. The blood of Christ. This, as a Christian, is my belief."

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According to DailyMail, the rapper claimed that "fake" children were "planted" in his home to influence his four children. Later, he spoke about how it is to be judged by another black person, “Think about us judging each other on how white we could talk would be like, you know, a Jewish person judging another Jewish person on how good they danced or something.” He paused. “I mean, that's probably like a bad example, and people will get mad at that shit.” A few moments later, he added, “I probably want to edit that out.” Recently, the rapper has been running into many controversies and also sparked rumors of dating Juliana Nalu.

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Kanye West in the Fox News Interview ( Fox News Screenshot/ YouTube)
Kanye West in the Fox News Interview (Screenshot/ Fox News YouTube)

In the leaked video, the 'Praise God' artist also claimed he doesn't like the foundation, 'Planned parenthood. This is when he said the organization created by Margaret Sanger, a known "eugenics' to "control the Jew populations." Meanwhile, he also admitted to getting COVID vaccine and being asked not to support Donald Trump in the presidential elections. However, he added, "I prefer my kids knew Hanukkah than Kwanzaa. At least it will come with some financial engineering."

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He also added that black people being the "real" Jews is based on a belief associated with the Black Hebrew Israelites, according to Souther Poverty Law centre. Meanwhile, he also stated he plans to create “kinetic energy communities” built with “free energy,” an idea Kanye said he sees “over and over” in visions from God, claims Forbes. The rapper also made some vague comments, including "so-called son" of an associate of his had been placed in his house to "sexualize my kids." He said, “I mean, like, actors, professional actors, placed into my house to sexualize my kids." Further he added,  “We don’t, we didn’t even believe that this person was her son because he was way smarter than her, right?" reported PageSix.

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Tucker Carlson during the interview (Fox News Screenshot/ YouTube)
Tucker Carlson during the interview (Screenshot/ Fox News YouTube)

Kanye also spoke about the attitude of Kim Kardashian's family during the celebration of one of their children, where it was Travis Scott who shared the venue address with him. He said, "When I showed up, they were so frazzled. If that's not the most Karen-level thing, to feel like you can take a black child and not give the father the address. This is the way people are treated when they get out of prison and when they go to prison. And 100 per cent, I am in a glass prison, or else I'd be the one with the say-so over where my children go to school." The singer also suggested that his ex-wife apparently kidnapped their child from him before the birthday celebration.

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Virgil Abloh attends the opening of his exhibition “Figures of Speech” on November 4, 2021 at the Fire Station in Doha, Qatar. The exhibition opens as part of #QatarCreates, a cultural celebration connecting the fields of art, fashion, and design through a diverse program of exhibitions, awards, public talks, and special events, all taking place in the heart of Doha.
Virgil Abloh died in the month of November 2021 (Craig Barritt/Getty Images for Qatar Museums )

One of the most bizarre comments in the footage was regarding the death of his friend and famous fashion designer, Virgil Abloh, who died of cancer at the age of 41 in November 2021. He hinted that he was killed by the Louis Vuitton brand, "Virgil was actually the third person to die of cancer in that organization. So not just black men have passed in that organization, but the third person to die of cancer that was in a higher up position in that organization," said the rapper. "And with Paris is a different level of elitism and racism. And Virgil was the kind of guy that he didn't hold it in. And I believe it ate him up from inside," he claimed.

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In the interview, he said, "I do certain things from a feeling; I just channel the energy. It feels right, hits using a gut instinct, connection with God and just brilliance." He also said he thought the idea of him "wearing the shirt was funny" and his father - who he claimed is a former Black Panther - thought so too. "

The artist then stated, "I said: 'Dad, why do you think it's funny?' and he said: 'It's just a black man stating the obvious." Dad, why do you think it's funny?' He said, ' It's just a black man stating the obvious. "That was my favorite response because I kept thinking: People are looking for an explanation. And people say as an artist you have don't have to an explanation, but as a leader you do." Kanye was recently locked out of Twitter and Instagram and ended up in a huge feud with Gigi Hadid, Hailey Bieber, and other celebrities. 

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