Kanye West stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! last week to speak about his admiration for President Trump and despite having two daughters that he still peruses PornHub from time-to-time.
West admitting he frequents the pornography site isn't as shocking as his admission that he lusts after his sister-in-laws. Early Saturday morning, (Aug. 11) West instructed DJ Clark Kent to release his song "XTCY" and the opening bar details thoughts many would agree he should've kept to himself.
"You got sick thoughts? I got more of ‘em / You got a sister-in-law you would smash? I got four of 'em," Ye raps.
The cover art for the track is a picture of the Kardashian-Jenner clan at Kylie's 21st birthday party "XTCY" is also Kanye's first new s since releasing five albums from the G.O.O.D Music conglomerate.
The release of Kanye's latest track came moments after he took to social media to clarify a few things about his sit-down with Jimmy Kimmel.
During the interview, Kimmel asked West how can he support President Trump after famously saying George Bush doesn't like black people? Before West could answer, Kimmel went to a commercial break, which left many to believe West wasn't prepared for the question.
Mr. West wanted to let people know that wasn't the case at all.
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