West seemed lost for words and sat in silence mulling over the question for a few seconds.
"On Jimmy Kimmel we had a great time having a dialogue". During the interview, Kimmel and West touched on a number of topics, including fashion, music, married life, and of course, Donald Trump. You guys are Jedi's.
"You so famously, and so powerfully, said George Bush doesn't care about black people", started Kimmel. "'Clark, let that new "XTCY" joint go!'" he tweeted along with a WeTransfer download link, later retweeted by West himself, according to Pitchfork. "Let me clarify the click bait", he tweeted.
"That interview showed strong personalities with different opinions having a civil conversation", he continued.
Now, Kanye is responding via Twitter and he's claiming that he didn't have the opportunity to give a proper answer. I wasn't given a chance to answer the question'.
West was notably silent on the show when he was asked why he thinks the president cares about black people.
West said earlier in the segment he would not be "bullied" by those on the left because he supported the president.
Kanye West has denied being stumped when asked on TV about his support for President Donald Trump - saying he didn't have time to reply. When I see people even, like, go at the president, it's like. why not try love?
He also landed in hot water this May when he said slavery "sounds like a choice".
West said in a song that he told his wife, Kim Kardashian West, that she could leave him after the slavery comments but that she decided not to. It prompted the TMZ host Van Lathan to say he was "unbelievably hurt by the fact that you have morphed into something, to me, that's not real".