Kim's clarification doesn't erase the fact that what Kanye said what extremely offensive to millions of people, and she also completely fumbled the opportunity to sincerely apologize on behalf of her husband.
In this exclusive clip from Sunday's season finale of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the KKW Beauty boss shares her thoughts on the "I Love It" rapper's controversial TMZ visit. That sounds like a choice. In May, he told TMZ Live: "When you hear about slavery for 400 years, for 400 years?" "If you listen to what he said, he said 'slavery was 400 years [ago]".
In the clip, Kim is seen talking to her bestie Jonathan Cheban and marketing executive, Simon Huck, where she voices her frustration over the public's perception of Kanye's devastating statement.
The mother-of-three replies, "He's doing good; everyone thinks he's having a breakdown". Interestingly enough, Kim explains that Kanye feels empowered by those moments of hysteria, surmising that "Yeah I say insane s**t, but I always say insane s**t, and that's why I'm Kanye". "So I go home. he's totally fine", Kardashian says.
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"He didn't say slavery is a choice, he was saying if you're gonna still be enslaved for another 400 years than that's some bulls**t".
"(I) can't control what he says" she adds.
Kim Karadshian broke the incredible news that her 63-year-old mum, who starred in the video, can not stop serving the iconic phrase "thank you, next" to everyone she meets. He's like "I feel powerful when I'm ramped up. You know like, It's like we're mentally in prison because slavery goes directly to the idea of Blacks".
"Kim can have whatever interpretation she wants of Kanye's words". That was just the headline.