Kanye West claims 'fake children were planted in his home' in bizarre unaired interview footage
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Kanye West caused yet another online firestorm this week when Fox News released a two-part interview between host Tucker Carlson and the controversy-baiting rapper, who soon went viral for his bizarre remarks.
West made a number of antisemitic remarks throughout the interview and claimed, amongst other things, that executives of the Gap clothing chain knew about the May school shooting in Uvalde, Texas 'before it even happened'.
But according to leaked footage published by Vice News, West also made a number of additional comments throughout the segment which were cut after being deemed too strange to broadcast - including more disparaging remarks about Jewish people and claims that Louis Vuitton’s culture of 'racism' and 'elitism' was responsible for 'killing' fashion designer Virgil Abloh, who died last year.
Elsewhere in the interview West said that God had given him information on 'free energy — kinetic, fully kinetic energy communities' that use a technology not currently available to human beings.
But in what was arguably the strangest claim of the night, West suggested that 'fake children' had been planted in his house in order to manipulate his own children with malevolent intent.
“I mean, like actors, professional actors, placed into my house to sexualise my kids,” West reportedly told Carlson, before talking about the 'so-called son' of an associate.
“We don’t, we didn’t even believe that this person was her son because he was way smarter than her, right?”
West has previously spoken about his experiences living with bipolar disorder, telling David Letterman in May 2019 that when he experiences manic episodes, he becomes 'hyper-paranoid about everything'.
“Everyone — this is my experience; other people have different experiences — everyone now is an actor. Everything’s a conspiracy,” he said at the time.
“You feel the government is putting chips in your head. You feel you’re being recorded. You feel all these things,” he continued.
Carlson declined to ask any follow-up questions to the ‘fake children’ remark, and instead let the Grammy winner segue into a claim he’s made countless times since February: that ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her family 'kidnapped' his daughter Chicago on her fourth birthday.
“Everyone saw in broad daylight these public figures kidnap my Black child on her birthday,” he told Carlson. “I did not know the location of the birthday party and Travis Scott had to give me the address.
“When I showed up, they were so frazzled. If that's not the most Karen-level thing, to feel like you can take a Black child and not give the father the address.
Holocaust museum has invited Kanye West to visit so he can educate himself after making anti-Semitic remarks. pic.twitter.com/j71YuqkKPP— Pop Base (@PopBase) October 11, 2022
“This is the way people are treated when they get out of prison, when they go to prison. And 100 percent, I am in a glass prison or else I'd be the one with the say so over where my children go to school.”
Elsewhere in the interview Kanye also made a number of antisemitic remarks in line with recent social media posts the rapper made implying he was going to 'death con 3' on 'JEWISH PEOPLE', which resulted in his Twitter and Instagram accounts getting temporarily locked.
Following the controversial interview, Carlson closed his segment by claiming the controversial artist is 'not crazy' and 'worth listening to'.
Far more ominously, the notoriously far-right pundit also added that Ye was 'getting bolder' in what he has to say.
UNILAD has contacted representatives for Ye, Fox News, Carlson, Louis Vuitton and Gap for comment.
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