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KANYE: Kim, ‘Handlers’ Threatened To Kill Me Over Trump Support, ‘White Lives Matter’ Shirt

KANYE: Kim, ‘Handlers’ Threatened To Kill Me Over Trump Support, ‘White Lives Matter’ Shirt

Artist Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, appeared on the Tucker Carlson Tonight television program Thursday to address the threats and hatred he has received from liberals and BLM supporters over his support for Donald Trump.

West also revealed BLM agitators warned him that people wearing his newly released “White Lives Matter” shirts would be “greenlit,” or marked as targets for racial and political violence.

“When did you start to feel this way? When did you start to realize this?” Carlson asked of West’s dissent from left-wing Hollywood orthodoxy.

“I think I really started to feel this need to express myself on another level when Trump was running for office and I like him,” West said, “and every single person in Hollywood from my ex-wife to my mother-in-law to my manager at that time, to my so-called friends/handlers around me.”

“[They] told me that if I said that I like Trump that my career would be over, that my life would be over, they said stuff like ‘people get killed for wearing a hat like that,’ they threatened my life, they put my life – they basically said that I would be killed for wearing the [MAGA] hat,” West added.

West noted, “I had somebody call me last night and said that anybody wearing a White Lives Matter shirt is gonna be greenlit, and that means they’re gonna beat them up if they wear it, and I’m like, you know, okay, greenlit me then.”

As Valiant News previously reported, Ye appeared in a shirt emblazoned with the slogan “White Lives Matter” during a speech at the YZY SZN 9 event in Paris, France on Monday.

The shirt immediately induced outrage among left-wing activists and the racially obsessed on social media.

This news and commentary by Gabriel Keane originally appeared on Valiant News.

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