Kanye West Says His ‘Connection To God’ Inspired ‘White Lives Matter’ Shirts

Kanye West Says His ‘Connection To God’ Inspired ‘White Lives Matter’ Shirts

Kanye West Says His ‘Connection To God’ Inspired ‘White Lives Matter’ Shirts

Kanye West Says His ‘Connection To God’ Inspired ‘White Lives Matter’ Shirts. The Hip-Hop music mogul made an appearance on the show where white lives matter most: Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight.

“Everyone knows that Black Lives Matter was a scam. Now it’s over. You’re welcome,” West wrote on Instagram on Monday.

Not surprisingly, West found a sympathetic ear with Carlson on Thursday, Fox’s resident champion of white nationalist ideology and a professed critic of the Black Lives Matter movement who often conflates the Black Lives Matter nonprofit with any form of advocacy by people of color in an attempt to discredit the #BLM movement as a whole.

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During the interview, West defended the use of the “White Lives Matter” tagline on his clothing, suggesting during a long-winded monologue that the idea for the shirts stemmed from “a gut instinct, a connection to God and just brilliance,” not unlike the one Tonya Harding had when she landed the triple axel.

“The answer to why I wrote ‘White Lives Matter’ on a shirt is because they do. It’s the obvious thing,” West said.

See Kanye West Says His ‘Connection To God’ Inspired ‘White Lives Matter’ Shirts in interview clips below.

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