Since declaring himself a presidential candidate, Rapper Kanye West is consistent in media. He got emotional when he delivered a freewheeling monologue Sunday touching on topics such as abortion. The 43-year-old Harvard Dropout singer breaks down into tears during a campaign rally. Kanye is busy in his presidential campaign for the US presidential election. However, the year of competition is not known.
Delivering a freewheeling monologue on Sunday, American rapper presented ‘Plan A’ and ‘Plan B’. However, he strongly suggests that there should be “No more Plan B” but “Plan A”. He responded to the mixed response of the audience about the emergency contraceptive that helps prevent pregnancy within 72 hours after unprotected sex.
Flashing Lights singer, 43, Kanye said that while he believed abortion should be legal, financial incentives to help struggling mothers could be a way to discourage the practice. This way he presented two important aspects of parenting. The Graduation star rapper said, “Everybody that has a baby gets a million dollars”, for example.
Kanye West Spoke about Abortion
Speaking with a microphone West went down into tears while talking about the abortion. He shared abortion of his mother, who died following plastic surgery complications in 2007, and his and his wife, reality television star Kim Kardashian West.
Speaking about his wife, Kim, West said, “she brought North into the world even when I didn’t want to”. He said that she ‘stood up’ and ‘protected that child’. He became tearful while saying, “Forty-three years ago, who do you think protected a child?”
While crying, West shared that his dad was ‘too busy’ and it was his mother ‘saved’ his life. He revealed that his father ‘wanted to abort’ him. But his mother stood for his life. Kanye Omari West, who is better known by his stage name Kanye West, told that without his mother’s decision ‘there would have been no Kanye West’.
He spoke before a crowd in North Charleston, South Carolina. He was wearing a brown-colored protective vest and with “2020” shaved into his head. In his rambling speech, West had managed various issues from religion to international trade and licensing deals.
Kanye West’ remark about Harriet Tubman made people leave
Trying to make a bigger point about race and advantages, he said about Harriet Tubman that she ‘never actually freed the slaves’. What she did actually was ‘had them work for other white people’. Though West tried to present another view, a person from the crowd groaned, “Come on, man,” and this was followed by a woman saying, “Okay we’re leaving now”.
The Livestream of the event it seemed that several hundred people had gathered in a venue. Gospel music was played before West’s appearance. Only the registered guests were allowed to the event, although there was no registration or RSVP information on a campaign website.