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Kanye West Chats With Charlamagne For Nearly 2 Hours About EVERYTHING - The 'Breakthrough,' Paris Robbery, Therapy, Jay Z, Obama & MORE!

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Kanye West gets candid with Power 105’s Charlamagne Tha God in a nearly 2-hour sitdown interview. And they chopped it about EVERYTHING, including his “breakdown,” which he prefers to call a “breakthrough,” how the Paris robbery affected him, going to therapy, his relationship with Jay Z, how he felt when President Barack Obama called him a “jackass” and more. Get it all inside…

Kanye West gives his first interview since he returned to Twitter recently. He previously teased there was an interview with Power 105 “The Breakfast Club” radio host Charlamagne Tha God, and now it has arrived.

As we all know, Ye has been pissing folks off left and right over his social media antics where he’s encouraging “free thinking” by aligning himself with Donald Trump, Candace Owens and other conservatives, along with a few Alt-Right folks. However, he says he's doing good these days.

“I’m feeling good," Kanye said."I think I’m in a stronger place than I ever was. After the breakdown, or as I like to say, the break through.”

In a nearly 2-hour interview with Charlamagne , the PABLO rapper opens up about how he’s feeling now, physically and mentally. He shares what caused his “breakdown” (although he prefers to call it a breakthrough), and it turns out it was a number of things. Not just exhaustion.

The fashion maven explains why he doesn’t go to therapy ("I use the world as my therapist"), how his wife’s robbery in Paris affected him and why he decided to return to Twitter ("The thoughts that I’m getting out on Twitter now … I’m not doing it as a form of personal therapy"). He also shares how he feels about his long-time collaborator Virgil Abloh's historic Louis Vuitton deal. 

Ye also talks about his relationship with his mentor/brother Jay Z (says when Jay and Beyonce didn't come to his wedding he was hurt), why he supports Donald Trump (he wouldn't answer if he feels Trump cares about black people), how President Barack Obama calling him a “jacka**” hurt his feelings (“You know, he never called me to apologize"), the “bravery” of his on-stage rants,  and more.

Stayed tuned for the full highlights. In the meantime, peep his interview below:

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