Kanye West: ” Racism is Played-Out”

Whether rant-driven or with a clear agenda, Kanye West doesn’t disappoint when it comes to interviews.

Though his metaphors and analogies may take you for a loop before understanding the context of his statements, he manages to give you some thoughts to digest.

During an in-depth conversation with Clique TV in Paris, the Chicago artist speaks on ideologies of racism, classism and shares his Christian beliefs.

On racism:

“Racism is a dated concept. It’s like a silly concept that people try to touch on to either…to separate, to alienate, to pinpoint anything. It’s stupid.” … “The real true freedom isn’t in the words. The real true freedom is in the opportunity.”

Christian views and dynamics of power:

The more power that you have, the less you are a king; the more you are a servant, the more power you have.”

Get the full context of Kanye’s statements below:

Hate him or love him, Kanye is intriguing.

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