Quote by Kanye West: “George Bush doesnt care about black people... ...”
Mike Myers Supports Kanye West’s Katrina Statement, Years Later
The day after a sweeping midterm election that will have seismic implications on American politics for years to come, it's kinda weird to learn about two ex-presidents saying surprising things about rappers. But here you have it: George W. Entertainment Weekly reports via Rap Radar that Matt Lauer, in an interview to be televised soon, asked Bush about Kanye's famous statement , on a Hurricane Katrina benefit telethon, that "George Bush doesn't care about black people. Bush went on, "He called me a racist. And I didn't appreciate it then. I don't appreciate it now. It's one thing to say, 'I don't appreciate the way he's handled his business.
Rapper Kanye West addressed his infamous "George Bush doesn't care about black people" comment on Thursday during a bizarre monologue while visiting President Donald Trump at the White House. Kanye West comments on his past comment on W. Says, "I was caught up in a victim mentality. He went on to accuse Democrats of using the concept of racism to control voters. You think racism can control me? Kanye West is discussing a variety of topics with Pres. Trump in the Oval Office, including, but not limited to: American manufacturing, mental health awareness, a bipolar disorder diagnosis that another doctor subsequently refuted and a new design for Air Force One.