Kanye West says being called ‘crazy’ ‘hurts’ him.

“I don’t like it when people say,” Hey, are you okay? ” Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show Tonight, Kanye West said this. Kanye West talks about the fact that some people call him “crazy.”

“Oh, he’s crazy, he’s crazy,” the 45-year-old controversial rapper said in the second part of his sit-down interview with Fox News’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, which aired Friday. And it hurts when people say that to me.

“I don’t like it when people say,” Hey, are you okay? “

West’s latest comments come after he was criticized for a worrying tweet he sent to Boosie Badazz (formerly Lil Boosie) after the other rapper criticized West’s White Lives Matter t-shirt.

“Lil Boosie, don’t talk about me, talk to me,” he tweeted in all capital letters. The tweet has been deleted, but a screenshot of it has been saved and shared on Twitter.

Then West said, “Come hit me or shoot me. Everyone in the black celebrity world made fun of me. Now I’m back at school to kill everyone. ” 
West and his ex-girlfriend Kim Kardashian have both been open about how hard it is for them to deal with his bipolar disorder.

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In a 2019 Vogue cover story, the 41-year-old Kardashian star said that her husband accepted his bipolar disorder but chose not to take medication to treat it.

“For him, being on medication isn’t really an option because it would change who he is,” she said at the time, adding that the two of them had reached a “pretty good place” in his mental health journey.

She said, “It is definitely an emotional process.” Right now, everything is very quiet. But we know when an episode is going to happen and how to handle it. 

In the first part of his interview with Carlson, the “Stronger” rapper doubled down on his White Lives Matter clothes, which he debuted at his recent Yeezy Season 9 show during Paris Fashion Week.

Depending on how I feel, I do certain things. I just let it all go through me. It’s perfect. ” West said that his choice was a mix of gut instinct, a connection with God, and pure brilliance.

He talked about how his dad, Ray West, felt about the shirt, which Candace Owens, a right-wing commentator, also wore in a backstage photo with West. 
My dad is an educated ex-Black Panther, and he sent me a text message today that said, “White Lives Matter. He recalled, “Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.” I then told him, “I thought the shirt was funny. I thought that wearing it would be fun.’ I asked him, “Dad, what was funny about it?” “I’m just a black man saying what everyone else already knows,” he said.

The Donda artist then said, “That was my favorite answer.” People want an explanation, and some say, “Well, as an artist you don’t have to explain yourself, but as a leader you do.”

“I put “White Lives Matter” on a shirt because I think it’s true.” “It just makes sense,” West said.

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