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Kanye West’s Interview On ‘Kimmel’ Was About As Bizarre As You’d Expect

Kanye West’s Interview On ‘Kimmel’ Was About As Bizarre As You’d Expect

Watch Kanye West's interview with Jimmy Kimmel in the video above.

He continued to tweet vaguely about his appreciation for Trump, including a photo of himself in a "Make America Great Again" hat.

While West veered off topic on several occasions, talking about love and empathy instead of responding to certain questions about his controversial support for Trump, there was one question that rendered him speechless.

"It represented overcoming fear and saying, 'You can't bully me.' Liberals can't bully me".

After discussing his design and musical talents briefly, Kimmel very quickly steered conversation towards Donald Trump and West's support of him.

Kanye West has made his big ticket appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live and it was, as expected, a wild ride.

"Yeah, I think that's another one of those things, where people are like, 'How are you gonna talk about it?'" West replied.

"It burnt a hole through my linen trousers and gave me a very serious second-degree burn - the muscle was exposed", she said.

West has long expressed personal support for Trump (not to be confused with agreeing with his policies, apparently).

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"Why? Because they've never heard this kind of thought before", he said.

In a recent interview on Big Boy's Neighborhood show, as reported by People Magazine, the 37-year-old recalled how she thought of doing that because she knew the rapper was in love with her. News can't bully me.

Referencing his 2016 hospital stay, Kanye said it took him a while before he felt courageous enough to endorse the president.

In 2013, Kimmel ran afoul of the rapper after he parodied West's interview with BBC Radio 1 in which he had said things such as "I'm the No. 1 rock star on the planet".

When Kimmel brought up West's famous statement that "George Bush doesn't care about black people" and poses the question of why he thinks "Donald Trump would care about black people", West remained silent until the host cut to commercial.

As he paused to think of the correct response, Kimmel interrupted, saying, "Why don't we take a break".

"We never had therapists in the black community".

"Nah I still look at Pornhub", he said. He added that he's into "a lot of black on white, obviously", which mirrors his "own reality".

"There are some cases of bipolar where people go low, I'm one that goes high".