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LOS ANGELES (INTELLIHUB) — Kanye West appeared on TMZ Tuesday where he expressed his views on free thought and infinite love, and the majority of the press is focusing to cover only one of his remarks on “slavery” to further the divide proving Kanye’s point.
The outspoken visionary who’s often touted as a genius told a TMZ staffer named Ben that he didn’t mean to say things that hurt him or other blacks when he wore a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat last week out of the blue, and apologized for causing him pain from his new way of thinking which contradicts the average African-American person’s belief system.
“TMZ is the hospital to fix the world,” Kanye said passionately. “I think that we have to get next to everyone. If we don’t like Trump then we have to talk to them […] because Trump is a human being also, and he is in a very powerful position and he is doing a lot of things to actually help […].”
“We need to speak to people,” Kanye reiterated. “Einstein said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting a different result — so if we keep on saying I hate you, I hate you, f**k you, f**k you, f**k you, then how are we going to get a different result out of hate?”
The famed rapper and business mogul then went on to hit a home run out of the proverbial ballpark when he asked a few key questions.
“Why don’t we just try love,” Kanye asked. “Why can’t an influential rapper in the black community go up to the President and talk to him about how we can make a change one-by-one-by-one?”
“We have the resources for a peaceful world,” he said. “I believe that Kim Jong-un didn’t believe that Obama was crazy enough to come at him — you know, sometimes you need so crazy sh*t to change something.”
“They say I’m crazy, they say Trump is crazy but I’m here to show you love […] and I know I disappointed the black community when I wore the hat but like I told J Cole on the phone just now that it’s a bigger plan and I’m just doing what the universe told me.”
We love you Kanye.