Kim Kardashian recalls 'hysterically crying' over Kanye West's slavery comments

Kim Kardashian recalls 'hysterically crying' over Kanye West's slavery comments

I was like, crying watching her'. It will no longer be part of Sunday's KUWTK show.

You probably remember when Kanye West went on TMZ and, in the heat of one of his rants, stated that slavery "sounds like a choice" to him.

Kim also explains Kanye didn't understand why people were so upset over the controversial comments because he's "always said insane s**t (and) that's why (he's Kanye)". That sounds like a choice. Like you was there for 400 years, and it's all of y'all?

However according to TMZ, 'the preview clip has been pulled by E!' Interestingly enough, Kim explains that Kanye feels empowered by those moments of hysteria, surmising that "Yeah I say insane s**t, but I always say insane s**t, and that's why I'm Kanye". "He didn't say slavery is a choice, he was saying if you're gonna still be enslaved for another 400 years than that's some bulls**t".

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Kim goes on to suggest Kanye's statements were misrepresented on TMZ Live, and she knew what his intentions were.

"I'm around him all the time, so I know what he talks about at home".

And Kim said she shouldn't have expected any less from the father of her three children.

Per Kim herself, the "Famous" rapper "can't control what he says" while ramped up about certain topics. He loves being ramped up. "I want to take this moment right now to say that I'm sorry for hurting, I'm sorry for the one-two effect of the MAGA hat into the slave comment". Yeah, I say insane s*** but I've always said insane s***. "That's why I'm Kanye.'" We know you have to defend your husband but this is pretty indefensible, Kim.

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