Kanye west george bush doesn t care about black
Quote by Kanye West: “George Bush doesnt care about black people... ...”
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You know what I think about a lot? I know the best jokes hurt, that they needle at you slowly, because they are rooted in the most unspeakable truths. I love real shit and sad jokes. He tumbled gracelessly into it, apprehensive but resolved to veer from the vaguely sentimental party-line script that Austin Powers had been so thickly attempting to play as sincere. After it happened, we watched the YouTube clip over and over in my high-school library during a research period for my AP American Government class.
Rapper Kanye West addressed his infamous "George Bush doesn't care about black people" comment on Thursday during a bizarre monologue while visiting President Donald Trump at the White House. Kanye West comments on his past comment on W. Says, "I was caught up in a victim mentality. He went on to accuse Democrats of using the concept of racism to control voters. You think racism can control me? Kanye West is discussing a variety of topics with Pres.
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Despite leading the US into war and presiding over one of the greatest financial disasters in history, the worst moment of George W Bush's presidency was, he said this week, when Kanye West called him a racist. In West appeared before millions on a live telethon for Hurricane Katrina relief. As Mike Myers stood dumbfounded beside him, the rapper extemporised on race, money and aid efforts , finishing with the now notorious accusation: "George Bush doesn't care about black people. Five years later, Bush hasn't forgotten. I didn't like hearing people claim that I lied about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction or cut taxes to benefit the rich.
In recent weeks, West has claimed he "loves" the current US president, called him "brother" and shared photos of himself wearing a Make America Great Again hat signed by Trump. Bush in , when he said: "George Bush doesn't care about black people" in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Last week he told Buzzfeed about the disappointment he felt over West's comments, saying: "For the first time [yesterday] I thought I was done, and I went to sleep before midnight. I don't like what I'm seeing. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.