Fox News' Jesse Watters Praises Kanye West as a 'Modern-Day Philosopher'

Danny Woods
April 24, 2018

Many fans considered the rapper "canceled" after the tweet, especially after Ye showed his support for Donald Trump at Trump Tower in 2016.

"Kanye West does not really want to fold to controversy", Owens said during her Sunday morning Fox & Friends hit.

Kanye West stumped a radio host during a recent phone chat, when he offered up his support to embattled USA leader Donald Trump.

Kanye West's return to social media (namely Twitter) ushered in a wave of varying headlines featuring the Chicago native's political views.

After the National Rifle Association was criticized over how it treats black gun owners compared with white ones, Owens defended the group, which helps sponsor Turning Point events.

This drew the ire of numerous rapper's followers, considering Owens has been highly critical of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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In a recent thought piece for the left-leaning website Jezebel, noted feminist and "Accidental Virgin" chronicler Ashley Reese attacked Kanye West for his recent musings on Twitter.

Adams challenged the notion that history repeats itself, citing a political outsider's rise to the Oval Office as evidence to prove that history is not cyclical. Civil rights activist Shaun King, for example, wrote on Twitter that "it's sad actually" for both West and Owens. "And he just freed a lot of people from a mental prison". Kanye said that he wants to "lead with love" but Ebro told Kanye he was a liar because the people who he is supporting in Trump's land do not lead with love.

Right-wing pundits-ranging from conservatives like Ben Shapiro to the conspiracy peddlers at InfoWars-embraced West in a big way following his apparent embrace of the right. Find a topic you're passionate about, and jump right in.

West famously stated that "George Bush would not care about black individuals" within the wake of 2005's devastating Hurricane Katrina.

The clips are from a 22-minute speech Adams made, entitled "Scott Adams tells you how Kanye showed the way to the Golden Age". Two months later, West deleted all of his tweets supportive of the new president.

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