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Donald Trump thinks Kanye West needs help as he's acting too 'crazy'

Donald Trump thinks Kanye West needs help as he's acting too 'crazy'

Donald Trump has spoken out against Kanye West following the rapper's antisemitic and 'White Lives Matter' rampages.

Warning: Racist and anti-semitic language

Donald Trump has spoken out against Kanye West following the rapper's anti-semitic and 'White Lives Matter' rampages.

West - who also goes by Ye - is best known for his rap music, which was widely loved and listened to by many.

However, the 45-year-old has more recently become talked about as a result his extremely problematic behaviour.

As well as having developed a reputation for too-ing and fro-ing over whether he supports or attacks his ex-wife Kim Kardashian, along with the rest of her family, West also wore a 'White Lives Matter' T-shirt at a recent Paris fashion show, went on an anti-semitic rant on Twitter about the Jewish community and could soon be sued by George Floyd's family for saying he doesn't think police killed Floyd by kneeling on his neck.

As well as taking to Twitter to threaten he was going to go 'def con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE,' West also voiced his anti-semitic views on the podcast Drink Champs.

West claimed Dov Charney - the Jewish founder of American Apparel - refused to release the 'White Lives Matter' T-shirts to him after the rapper tweeted about wanting to unleash 'def con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE'.

Despite denying he's anti-semitic, West said: "Jewish people have owned the Black voice. Either it’s through us wearing the Ralph Lauren shirt, or it’s all of us being signed to a record label, or having a Jewish manager, or being signed to a Jewish basketball team, or doing a movie on a Jewish platform like Disney. I respect what the Jewish people have done, and how they brought their people together."

And now, former US President Donald Trump - who Ye is a vocal supporter of, having been caught on camera wearing a 'Make America Great Again' hat - has spoken out against West's behaviour, commenting on it as having gotten 'too crazy'.

Two sources told Rolling Stone Trump has decided to distance himself from the 'Praise God' rapper.

Donald Trump has reportedly told people close to him he thinks Kanye West needs professional 'help'.
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The former US president has allegedly told people close to him he thinks West needs professional 'help' because of how 'crazy' he has been acting.

While West said he is Jewish as shares the 'blood of Christ', he accused the Jewish community of 'f**king with' him for 'too long'.

During his podcast appearance, he blamed 'the Jewish media' of having 'screwed' him and 'blocked [him] out' and the Jewish community in the music industry of taking 'the brightest of us who can really feed a whole village' and 'milking them until they die'.

The rapper also resolved it's the Jewish community who have 'put the crazy narrative out there'.

UNILAD has contacted Donald Trump and Kanye West's representatives for comment.

If you have been affected by any of the issues in this article and wish to speak to someone in confidence, contact Stop Hate UK by visiting their website 

Featured Image Credit: Newscom / Alamy Stock Photo/Sipa US / Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Kanye West, Donald Trump, Mental Health, Racism