Kanye West Abruptly Ends Interview After Presenter Slightly Withdraws Anti-Semitism

Despite the slightest objection from a sympathetic audience, you can’t seem to give up on his anti-Semitism.

This was revealed Monday during an interview with far-right podcaster Tim Pool, who offered the rapper formerly known as Kanye West a minor rebuke for an anti-Semitic rant.

Ye didn’t like it at all and left the show, followed by his hateful friends, white supremacist Nick Fuentes and right-wing troll Milo Yiannopoulos.

The pool allowed Ye to rant about everything coming from somewhere for about 20 minutes. The designer he claims to be both a “Zionist” factory and a CIA agent at Adidas; His former trainer, whom he is sure is a Canadian deep state agent; The so-called Jewish gang that he is convinced controls banking and the media, The Daily Beast reports.

At one point, Ye brought up the names of Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and politician Rahm Emanuel, both Jewish, as the targets of his antisemitic anger.

According to Fox News, Pool mildly challenged him by asking, “Isn’t that their problem?” rather than their identity.

“You got into the subject of anti-Semitism,” Pool said. “I think it’s something that needs to be talked about, but if you start bringing this up, if you ask my opinion on the matter, I’m not going to agree with you.”

However, Pool tried to find common ground by telling Ye: “I think they’ve been extremely unfair to you,” only for the rapper to meaningfully ask him who “they” are.

“Corporate press,” Pool replied, “Who are ‘they’?” she asked.

That’s when Holocaust denier Fuentes, who attended Ye at a dinner with Trump last week, made it clear that he thinks “they” are actually Jewish people.

Ye later left the show.

You can see the change in the tweet below:

Of course, Twitter users (including HuffPost’s Andy Campbell) had their thoughts on this whole disgusting thing.

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