Kanye West really discussed EVERYTHING in his sit down with Charlamagne tha God.
As we reported earlier, Yeezy opened up about a variety of subjects -- including Kim Kardashian West's abduction, his breakdown, coming back to Twitter, etc. -- amid what's been an eventful few weeks for the hitmaker. But PART ONE of our coverage only grazed the surface on what West touched upon for his frank discussion with the celebrated radio presenter.
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Yes, we're being completely serious. Not only did Yeezus further address his pro Donald Trump sentiments, but he also explained his stance on not wanting a manager. (Sorry, Scooter Braun.)
For additional HIGHlights from the interview, be sure to proceed (below)...
West Talks About His Meeting With Trump
"I'm not going to let myself off easy by saying I met with Trump because I was going through something … This was the Ye that wanted to change something, and I would meet with him today, and I would talk about Chicago. First."
The A-lister Offered Up This Response When Asked If POTUS Cares About Black People
"If you keep on getting just the beauty, just the perfect thing, just the Obama walk through the hallway... The idea of black perfection. Like a black person can't be imperfect in the public eye. I'm here to show you imperfection."
He Further Defended The President
"I love real change. I love challenging the norm. I love people who don't love him. I love people that are speaking up... I been waiting for this moment in time."
In Regards To This Administration Oppressing People
"I don't have all the answers that a celebrity is supposed to have, but I can tell you that when he was running, it was like I felt something. It was like the fact that he won, it proves something. It proves that anything is possible in America. That Donald Trump could be president of America... When I see an insider infiltrate, I connect with that... What's the 'Ye version? The 'Ye version would be the Trump campaign and the Bernie Sanders principles. But I think both, I need it."
Kanye's Thoughts On The Harriet Tubman $20 Bill
"When I saw Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, that's when I wanted to use bitcoin. It's like all the slave movies, why you gotta keep reminding us about slavery? Why don't you put Michael Jordan on the $20 bill?"
On His Firing Of Scooter Braun
"I just can't be managed, but what's dope about Scooter though, at the end of the day is. You really gotta give him his props. His parents adopted a black child, his brother is black. This is a Jewish guy who understands business, understands all this, but also understands how to communicate on a personal level with a black person, like on a brother level... He was Kanye West gateway drug to business. And maybe the death of the music industry as we know it."
"Artists shouldn't have managers. Artists should have CEOs."
Kanye Shares His Thoughts On The Music Industry
"The music industry is set up for you to have just enough money to afford a car, pay for your kids, a house, and be on tour for the rest of your life until you die. It ain't set up for you to literally go buy an island."
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