Kanye West unleashed another scatterbrained monologue when cameras caught up with him in the San Fernando Valley on Sunday (November 27).
“Somehow, our country has been taken over by about 300 Zionists,” he said at one point.
“They came to kill me and destroy me,” ‘Ye said. “They tagged me as a racist. They froze my accounts. And God is—Every time something happens that I lose a connection or cut ties, it just leaves more room for God to fill me up. It humbles me. I just appreciate God for using me in this way.”
Kanye West also stood by his past hate speech yet suggested he loves Jewish people. He said he was thankful people saw the backlash to his antisemitism because it supposedly proved he was right.
“I love Jewish people,” he proclaimed. “And I still have issues with some of the business practices. And I’m happy that I was able to stand up and say what I believed in – stand up for my truth and say it out loud. And take whatever hits they had coming for me.”
Check out everything ‘Ye said below.