On Tuesday (May 1), Kanye West unloaded his highly-anticipated interview with Charlamagne Tha God on YouTube. The lengthy sit-down touched on an array topics, including Ye's breakdown, his relationship with JAY-Z and Beyoncè and his social media hiatus. While some Twitter users praised Ye for his candor, others held no punches against the Grammy-Award winning star.
Check out some the reactions below.
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— Yanay (@yanayboayue) May 1, 2018
-Kanye:”Racism isn’t a deal breaker for me” pic.twitter.com/kMHynhQz2G
— — TAINTEDGARDEN (@TheTrueRobG_) May 1, 2018
Alright Kanye needs to calm down. His actions are screaming mental health issues.
— P Money– ♒️—- (@ThatsMy_Pye) May 1, 2018
— Blackolitics (@blackolitics) May 1, 2018
charlie mane has his clever moments. so does kanye!
— Al Shipley (@alshipley) May 1, 2018
At 32:00 ish in Kanye gets existential and it reminds me what I learned most about Puff working closer to him, observing from distance. To a person that's conquered the world (and especially over and over ala PD), what is the world to you? You've bent it to your will. Now what?
— Jayson Rodriguez (@jaysonrodriguez) May 1, 2018
I watched 90 seconds that Kanye and turned it f… after i realized i didnt care… been done with Ye
— luda (@king_spades) May 1, 2018
25min into this @cthagod & @kanyewest interview & I'm super intrigued. I've always idolized Ye, so to hear from him in this type personal way is really refreshing… Ye is one the smartest “celebrities” & the way he speaks is truly empowering! –✊–
— Stetsen ♛ (@YungStet) May 1, 2018
Kanye saying some shit in this interview boy my head spinning lmao
— dragon (@AKhatib23) May 1, 2018
— GMS© (@BlackK_GMS) May 1, 2018
— ficialkevinbett (@kevinbett_) May 1, 2018
Kanye’s explanation to his “bigger picture” is the equivalent to a ten year olds problem solving skills.
— Jodee (@JodeeEsco) May 1, 2018
Uber Driver: Is this the right way?
— Daniel Dudley (@DDisBORED) May 1, 2018
@kanyewest I may not agree with you completely, but you've inspired me, since youth and still today, to always be me in the midst anything–thankyou–
— Trent Leggs Jr (@shotsbytre) May 1, 2018
kanye (about trump): racism isn't the issue for me, in that case I wouldn't live in america
— Adrián Montañés (@Cucumberino) May 1, 2018
Kanye wore the #maga hat for equality and the mere presence the hat is to reinforce the separatism that the mayonnaise want..I need Thanos to snap this nigga to dust
— Robert Reynolds (@_Beezo__) May 1, 2018