Last Updated on October 7, 2022
Kanye West told Tucker Carlson that he is “pro-life” and blamed the abortion industry for “50% of black death in America,” when the rap star and political candidate joined the Fox News host for a one-on-one sit-down interview.
Kanye West wore a photograph of a baby’s ultrasound around his neck during the interview, telling Tucker Carlson that the necklace “represents life.” The issue of abortion, West says, is near and dear to his heart. “I’m pro-life,” he said, citing the systematic rate at which black preborn babies are snuffed out by the abortion industry.
“I care about the fact that there’s more black babies being aborted than born in New York City at this point,” said West. “That 50% of black death in America is abortion.”
“I really don’t care about people’s responses,” Kanye West went on to say, dismissing the criticism he gets from Hollywood and the music industry over his pro-God and pro-America stances.
“I perform for an audience of one, and that’s God,” said West.
“I’m starting to see why they want to make you be quiet,” Carlson responded.
Check out Kanye West’s comments on the abortion industry and its systematic murder of black babies:
Pro-life Kanye West went on to tell Tucker Carlson that he started to feel the need to express himself “on another level” when 45th President Trump was running for office in 2016.
At the time, West said, he was a big fan of Trump and his America First campaign, but when Hollywood and the music industry turned against him for turning against their agenda, even his then-wife and family members followed suit.
“My so-called friends slash handlers around me, told me like if I said that I liked Trump, that my career would be over, that my life would be over,” West said.
“They said stuff like ‘people get killed for wearing a hat like that,’ they threatened my life,” West said, explaining that he’s had his life threatened for wearing a MAGA hat.
More recently, West says he’s gotten death threats over his rejection of Black Lives Matter and their far-left agenda, which Hollywood has embraced completely.
“Everyone knows that Black Lives Matter was a scam,” West wrote in an Instagram post, along with a photo of himself and conservative pundit Candace Owens donning “White Lives Matter” t-shirts.