It's no secret that Kanye West has been on a rant-streak of late, making headlines for just about every radio interview or mid-concert speech he gives. In fact, the world was so busy covering his November 26 SiriusXM chat in which he screams at Sway and declares himself Shakespeare that his broad statements about Jewish people and President Obama during a Power 105 sit-down are just now making the rounds.
In speaking to the Breakfast Club, who've dubbed him "Donkey of the Day" in the past, West devoted a portion of his 42 minutes to politics: "Man, let me tell you about George Bush and oil money and Obama and no money. Black people don't have the same level of connections as Jewish people. We hope that he will take responsibility for his words, understand why they are so offensive, and apologize to those he has offended."
In lieu of an actual response, we might play the Kanye West or Creative Director game, or perhaps wait to see the guest list for his and Kim Kardashian's forthcoming wedding, now rumored to be planned for France's Palace of Versailles, according to Huffington Post. But hey, both of those dudes made SPIN's 50 Best Albums of 2013.
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