Kanye West Responds To The Comments Made By George Bush

November 4th, 2010 - 4:20 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

November 4, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): The nation was certainly agog about what Kanye West’s response to George Bush’s comments would be. The ex-president had found his words to be disgusting and had stated that he had been going through the lowest point of his presidential career when Hurricane Katrina wrecked havoc not only on New Orleans but also on him. He had been accused of being a racist by West then.

The general public was quite hoping to see an answer via West’s tweets. But the star went a step a further choosing to speak on a Houston radio show, 97.9 The Box instead. He went on to sympathize with the ex president saying that he quite understood the feeling of hurt that it had evoked. West went on to state that he had had to face similar accusations too. He seemed intent on drawing parallels between Bush’s situation and his own when he had cut off Taylor Swift.

Kanye West went on to elaborate that he felt the Americans had spoken without any feeling any compassion both the times. He said it had been the same when Bush did not rush down to New Orleans instantly as it was for him when he had interrupted Swift.

Kanye emphasized that he now felt connected with Bush. All this fine speech after saying that Bush does not care for the black people of his country? Well, West seems to have learned compassion now and is holding out the proverbial olive branch but will the Ex-president be in favor of grasping it, ending this debate once for all? Only time will tell.

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