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Kanye West denies being stumped on the Jimmy Kimmel Show


The self-proclaimed modern day Shakespeare, Kanye West, was seen searching for words when TV host Jimmy Kimmel asked him whether he thought Mr Trump cared about black people, ‘or any people at all!’

Kimmel has to cut to a commercial break on Thursday as Kanye resorted to silence than to answer the question.

West tweeted on Saturday that he ‘wasn’t given a chance to answer’.

He said Kimmel’s question “was so important I took time to think. And then I was hit with the let’s go to commercial break”.

West has previously referred to President Trump as ‘my brother’ and said they shared the same ‘dragon energy.’

On the Late-night chat show, Kimmel referred to West’s famous claim from 2005 that President George W Bush ‘doesn’t care about black people’ and asked the superstar: ‘What makes you think that Donald Trump does – or any people at all?’

When West was asked in the interview that why he had decided to endorse President Trump publicly, West said he didn’t want to succumb to pressure to take the predictable option.

“As a musician, African-American… everyone around me tried to pick my candidate for me,” he said, suggesting there was a perception that “blacks can only be Democrats”.

The US President Trump went on twitter to show his support for the rapper.

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