Rapper Kanye West ENRAGES Crowd, Goes On 40-Minute Rant In Support Of Trump
Well, that's just odd.
Rapper Kanye West has just broken rank with the lock-step celebrity liberals and actually spoke in public in front of a massive crowd in support of President-Elect Donald Trump, according to Breitbart.
When the rapper interrupted his own concert to go on a 40-minute pro-Trump rant, the crowd was enraged, although some cheers were heard above the boos and howls of indignation.
He started out by saying, “I told y’all I didn’t vote, right? But if I were to vote, I would have voted on Trump."
Then in a series of videos we haven't published here because of their language, Kayne exclaims, "Holy [expletive], you threw something at me! Does somebody else want to throw something at me? You know what, I've got the power to get that guy kicked out or, whatever, roughed up. No, stay here. What do you believe? That's your opinion. Express your opinion, bro."
Shortly after, he said, "Thank you. There's a woman right there saying 'I love you' after I just said that there was things that I liked about Trump's campaign. That's not supposed to happen, right? No! Case in point."
Someone in the audience threw a large object at Kanye's feet. Kayne picked it up, signed it, and tossed it back.
Kayne continued on a rambling rant, but then said, "So it's things that Benjamin Carson believes in that I believe in. I think that Benjamin Carson should still be a consultant. I think that Hillary Clinton should still be a consultant. I think that Bill Clinton should still be a consultant. I think Obama should still be a consultant."
Then he said, "I hate the fact that because I'm a celebrity, everyone told me not to say that I loved the debates. I loved [Trump's] approach. It'd be like white people [that are] racist running around and saying [the n-word] now."
"It's already the beginning of change," Kayne insisted. "Sometimes things you might think are bad have to happen in order to have change to [expletive] happen. Sometimes you might have to not get your way to really understand what to do in the future to be able to get your way."
It almost sounded like a criticism of the current crop of anti-Trump protesters.
Later he drew more jeers after saying, "Specifically to black people, stop focusing on racism."
He then called America a racist country but said "Don't allow people to make us talk about that so [expletive] long. No one or the other candidate was going to instantly be able to change that because of they views."
He also told the crowd to stop being so closed-minded, letting the "more liberal" media convince them that Hillary would win.
"I know media is more liberal," Kanye acknowledge. "What I'm saying is I'm not judging Trump voters. Echoing is what made people think Hillary was going to win. You thought because what the Internet was telling you that she was gonna win."
He then said, "Rappers are philosophers of our now; celebrities are the influencers of our now. Just look at the president, he wasn't in politics and won."
After someone threw something else at Kayne, hitting him, he exclaimed "Am I not allowed to have an opinion?"
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