Kanye West Defends Trump—Until Jimmy Kimmel Brings Up Migrant Children

When asked if he was concerned about his wife being in the same room as Trump, West replied, “Well, he is a player”—a characterization that the women who have accused the president of sexual misconduct might disagree with.

…“The main thing that I was stressing is the idea of trying love,” West said, speaking again about his TMZ Live appearance. “We’re always pushing out so much hate, and love can cure so much. Just to think, ‘Am I moving in love? Is this out of love, not out of pride?’ . . . When I see people even just go at the president, it’s like, why not try love?”

Then came one of the few moments where Kimmel interrupted his guest. As nice as that message sounds, Kimmel told West, Trump and his administration were literally tearing families apart at the border. “You so famously and so powerfully said, ‘George Bush doesn’t care about black people,’” Kimmel said. “It makes me wonder what makes you think that Donald Trump does—or [that he cares] about any people at all.” For a few moments, West was speechless. Then Kimmel cut to commercial. 

Kanye West Defends Trump—Until Jimmy Kimmel Brings Up Migrant Children | Vanity Fair

Kayne is such a douchey moron.


New Study Indicates That Watching The Kardashians Makes You Less of a Good Person

According to The Telegraph, the study used two control groups, totaling 487 individuals. The people in the study were shown specific media–one group seeing shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians and other materialistic media programs, while the other group was shown shows more “news like,” consisting of neutral images an natural scenery.

After watching the programs, users were polled and asked questions about the shows.According to the research, those who watched Keeping Up with the Kardashians and other shows like it were exhibiting more “materialistic and anti-welfare attitudes.”

New Study Claims That Watching The Kardashians Makes You A Worse Person