3 days later, Kanye still hasn't answered Jimmy Kimmel's question about Trump

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Until that point, Kanye had given long and elaborate answers to each of Jimmy's questions about his relationship with the President, but following that question, the rapper fell into silence, prompting Jimmy to send the show to an ad break.

Taking to Twitter, West said he "wasn't given a chance to answer the question".

Kanye West spearheaded astringoffivealbums just a couple of months back, and now he has already rolled out a brand new song called "XTCY". Hell, he could have even made a 25-tweet thread about why he thinks Donald Trump cares about black people. "Let me clarify the click bait".

West added on Thursday that it took him more than a year to gain the confidence to wear a "Make America Great Again" hat in public due to the amount of criticism he previously got because of it. "'Clark, let that new "XTCY" joint go!'" he tweeted along with a WeTransfer download link, later retweeted by West himself, according to Pitchfork.

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'The question was so important I took time to think.

West appeared on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live " on Thursday. "And then told me every time I said I liked Trump that I couldn't say it out loud or my career would be over", West told Kimmel.

"As a musician, African-American. everyone around me tried to pick my candidate for me", he said, suggesting there was a perception that "blacks can only be Democrats".

Last week, Ye's wife Kim Kardashian shared Kanye, North West and Saint West's dope Harper's Bazaar cover.

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West did not respond to the question when the show resumed.

The father-of-three went on to address his now infamous TMZ Live interview from May in which he said slavery "sounds like a choice". I got more of 'em / You got a sister-in-law you would smash?

Kanye West visited Donald Trump at the Trump Tower after he was elected.

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