Kanye West Rambles Like Trump In White House Meeting
It's getting harder and harder to see the gems between Kanye West's loose streams of consciousness. During his meeting with president Donald Tump Thursday (Oct. 11), West went on a tangent about fancy planes, the state of his mental health, prison reform and the 13th amendment in the White House.
Speaking in front of a dozen cameras, West greeted Trump with open arms and shared his love for him as a "father figure" in his life. USA Today reports Kanye explained how Trump gave him "a Superman cape" to help do good in the world.
"My dad and my mom separated so there was not a lot of male energy in my home and also I’m married to a family where, you know, there’s not a lot of male energy," Kanye said. "It’s beautiful, though.” He also bragged about his soliloquy, comparing it to fine wine. “You are tasting a fine wine,” he added. “It has complex notes to it.”
Like a raggedy wooden rollercoaster, the talk had its ups and downs but felt almost the same. In between cursing and slamming his hand on the desk of the Oval Office, he shared how the United States can thrive by using only American-made material and how his home city of Chicago can serve as the country's workplace.
“Let’s stop worrying about the future all we have is today," he continued. "Trump is on his hero’s journey right now. He might not have thought he’d have a crazy motherf**ker like (me).”
He also denounced previous claims of bipolar disorder, explaining how he was really just sleep deprived. He also continued to
kiss Trump's ass praise Trump's leadership efforts.
“There's a whole lot of people in this country that do give you a lot of credit for everything you’ve been doing for this country," he said. "We know that some people don’t give you as much as maybe they should sometimes."
Between sharing the password to his phone (it's 0000), Kanye noted that Apple can fund an environmentally friendly plane Trump can use.
Le sigh. Watch more moments from the meeting below.
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