Kanye West denies he was stumped by Trump question

Donald Trump and Kanye West made a splash with surprise meeting in December 2016

In response, Kimmel tweeted, "Not every question warrants an immediate answer".

A number of people believed West had been stumped by a particular question having to do with one US President Donald Trump.

Taking to Twitter to clarify the "stumped" moment, he wrote: 'On Jimmy Kimmel. we had a great time having a dialogue. When they returned, West didn't answer the question. "And then I was hit with the let's go to commercial break", he added.

"I mean, you've so famously and so powerfully said George (W.) Bush doesn't care about black people". And it takes too much ownership, but you can replace pride with love. I'm reading that I was stumped by a question, ' he said on Saturday.

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When asked about Trump's capabilities as president, the rapper instead riffed on the concept of love, saying it "took me a year and a half to have the confidence to stand up and put on the hat, no matter what the consequences were". "And then I was hit with the let's go to commercial break". We even get a reprise of the immortal "poopity scoop" from West's trolling track "Lift Yourself" from May, which was immortalized in a Donald Glover-led "Saturday Night Live" skit later that week.

Kanye West never leaves our news cycle - whether he's there to stir up boring, gratuitous social media controversy or simply share music. The sisters get a mention in the song's semi-pornographic lyrics: "You got sick thoughts?" I got more of 'em. I got four of 'em. You need a format where you can give a full-throated defence of your views, and again, nobody's arguing that point.

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.

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