Kanye West Dissed By Former President George W. Bush: Yeezy Is A Joke — Watch

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George W. Bush bursts into LAUGHTER at idea of Kanye West running for office while Republican insiders urge his brother Jeb to end his primary campaign.

Kanye West is not one to stay silent. Kanye’s Yeezy line was dressed down, so to speak, in “Kanye West is Fooling the Fashion World,” in which The Cut writer Cathy Horyn said his “drab, broken-down basics proved he can’t be taken seriously as a designer.” “In music, you definitely get discriminated against if you are gay.Bush was leaving a dinner in Washington DC when he stopped to sign a few photographs and was asked about Kanye’s political future by a nearby cameraman. From his infamous interruption of Taylor Swift’s 2009 VMA acceptance speech to his announcement that he is considering a 2020 presidential bid, Yeezy can never seem to stay on the sidelines.

It takes some amazing talents to really break down that barrier,” he said. “It’s the people that break the stereotypes that make history but I just thought it was interesting to point that out about the fashion world and the music world and just culturally, it’s reverse discrimination.” He was careful to correct himself when he referred to Caitlyn Jenner as Bruce, the name the former Kardashian patriarch, Olympic gold medalist and father of six used for about 65 years, before assuming a new identity. “To let your life be controlled by public opinion would be like asking to sit in traffic for the rest of your life,” Kanye said in response to a question about Jenner. “Bruce just got off the exit sign and drove as fast as he wanted to. Oh sorry, it’s disrespectful to use that name but I’m still getting acquainted with what’s politically correct because it’s new, it’s modern. On September 2, 2005, Kanye and Mike Meyers appeared at a telethon benefit for the victims of Hurricane Katrina, and almost immediately Kanye appeared to go off script. ‘If you see a black family, it says, “They’re looting.” You see a white family, it says, “They’re looking for food.” And you know that it’s been five days because most of the people are black.’ President Bush later called the comment ‘one of the most disgusting moments’ of his presidency, while many others came to agree with what Kanye said, especially when little was done in New Orleans in the weeks, months and even years following Katrina. I believe that in a situation of high emotion like that we as human beings don’t always choose the right words.’ When asked how he felt President Obama was doing in office during a radio interview he said; ‘Man, let me tell you something about George Bush and oil money and Obama and no money.

But most jarring of all is that the film is completely and utterly devoid of sound, something which it (silently) announces at the beginning, with the opening line, “This documentation is devoid of sound.” And Kanye himself is eerily absent, with only a few, brief appearance, mostly of the back of his head. We don’t got family that got money like that.’ That comment was criticized by the Anti-Defamation League, who said; ‘There it goes again, the age-old canard that Jews are all-powerful and control the levers of power in government.’ ‘Jeb Bush was the clear loser—and Rubio’s smackdown of him (“Someone convinced you attacking me is going to help you”) was probably the moment of the night,’ Daily Caller Senior Contributor Matt K. Jeb Bush and his campaign seemed unfazed however, with CNN reporting that the former governor of Florida told reporters on Thursday; ‘The end is not near — life is good.’

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