Kanye West changes tune on racism

By Drum Digital
16 March 2015

Kanye West has an opinion on racism - he feels like it's outdated.

Hip hop megastar Kanye West is back to bringing up controversial issues and this time, he targeted racism. In an interview with Clique TV, West reveals that he thinks racism is quite a baseless issue in society. This came after the interviewee asked the rapper how he felt about white people singing the lyrics to his smash hit, "N*ggas in Paris." "Racism is a dated concept. It’s like a silly concept that people try to touch on … to separate, to alienate, to pinpoint anything. It's stupid," said the rapper," West said.

It seems that Yeezus has changed his tune because not so long ago, he had complained about racism in the fashion industry and his wife Kim had written an open letter about the racism she has experienced after giving birth to their mixed baby, North.

But do you agree with Kanye?

Kanye also goes on to talk about  other aspects in the fashion industry and his music, if you want to take a look at his entire interview with Clique TV, watch it here:

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