Kanye West: Kim Kardashian ‘Didn’t like’ My MAGA Hat
West made the revelation in an Instagram clip
Grammy-winner Kanye “Ye” West said his ex-wife Kim Kardashian “didn’t like” him wearing his Donald Trump-supporting MAGA hat because it “embarrassed” her.
West made the revelation in an Instagram clip while thanking his friends, family, fans, and even the haters.
Ye went on to talk about religion:
“Self-righteous Christian behavior."
"When I got saved, it did not immediately make me a better person.
"It made me a self-righteous Christian.”
The hip-hop star then went on to talk about his “Make America Great Again” hat, which his then-wife was not happy about.
“Good lord, my wife did not like me wearing the red hat,” West shared.
“Being a good wife, she just wanted to protect me and our family.
"I made myself and our family a target by not aligning with Hollywood’s political stance, and that was hard for our marriage."
“Then I ran for president without proper preparation and no allies on either side.
"I embarrassed my wife in the way that I presented information about our family during the one and thanked God only press conference.”
On Wednesday, West attended Los Angeles Mission’s Annual Thanksgiving event alongside L.A. Mission CEO Troy Vaughn.
He said during the charity event, which is aimed at helping those living near Skid Row:
“The narrative God wants is to see that we can be redeemed in all these relationships."
“We’ve made mistakes. I’ve made mistakes.
"I’ve publicly done things that were not acceptable as a husband, but right now today, for whatever reason — I didn’t know I was going to be in front of this mic — but I’m here to change the narrative.”
In 2019, West defended his support for then-President Donald Trump, asserting that making decisions or votes based on race is "mental slavery."
He pointed out that slavery was abolished when former Republican President Abraham Lincoln was in office.
"That's the Republican Party that freed the slaves," West said.
West added that he faces criticism because he "chose my right."