Kanye West says he wasn't ‘stumped' by Jimmy Kimmel's Trump question - he was just taking some time to think
9 monthes ago - By National Post
Everyone, Kanye West is trying this new thing: It's called thinking before you speak.
The rapper, who is as well-known for his occasional social media rants and always-quotable interviews as he is his musical genius, sought to clear something up on Twitter on Saturday.
A few days before, West had appeared on ABC's “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to apparently bury the hatchet in a years-long feud that most people probably forgot about.
During their on-air, hug-it-out session, Kimmel and West talked about everything from Yeezys and art school, to his wife, Kim Kardashian, being alone in the Oval...
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