Kanye ‘Ye’ West Says He Sees ‘Good Things’ About Hitler in Bizarre Interview
During an interview with Alex Jones, rap mogul Kanye West, who now goes by Ye, praised Adolf Hitler. The conversation was so weird and might likely damage Kanye West’s career that it cannot be dubbed a trainwreck.
The rapper defended Hitler during an appearance on Infowars on Thursday with white nationalist Nick Fuentes. This came after Alex Jones tried to minimize Ye’s antisemitism by saying, “You’re not Hitler; you’re not a Nazi; you don’t deserve to be called that and demonized.” Jones, a white nationalist, joined Fuentes and Ye in defending Hitler.
In reaction, Ye thought it was his duty to defend the guy who was responsible for the deaths of millions of people during World War II by praising the “value” of the German ruler.
“Well, I guess I can admit that Hitler had some redeeming qualities. “I love everyone,” Ye declared, while wearing a black mask that covered both his head and his face. “I don’t know why I’m doing this,” Ye said.
After that, the rapper continued his antisemitic rant with another remark. “The Jewish people are not going to tell me, you know, that you can love us, and you can love what we’re doing to you with the contracts, and you can love what we’re pushing with the pornography,” he said.
“You can love what we’re doing to you with the contracts, and you can love what we’re pushing with the pornography.” He also said something that wasn’t true, which was that Hitler came up with motorways and the microphone that he uses as a musician.
Ye continued by saying, “You can’t declare out loud that this guy never accomplished anything nice, and I’m done with that, I’m done with the categories, and every human being has worth that they contributed to the table, particularly Hitler.”
Jones, on the other hand, compared Israel’s COVID-19 vaccinations to the cruel medical experiments that Josef Mengele did on Holocaust prisoners in concentration camps.
The interview with Ye was first uploaded on YouTube, but it was pulled later because it violated the site’s terms of service. You can read an article about the incident below.