Kanye West Defends T.I. Over Hymen Drama, Says It’s ‘God-Approved’ – Perez Hilton
We just couldn’t say goodbye to 2019 without another head-scratching moment from Kanye West, right?
While most of us had finally begun to put T.I.‘s
West visited the Union Rescue Mission homeless shelter on Skid Row in downtown El Lay for the special and final program of the year. Of course, ‘Ye’s massive gospel choir was in attendance and he used the grand opportunity to get a couple of heavy sentiments off of his chest.
Kim Kardashian West‘s husband began his spirited sermon by commenting on how difficult it is to express ideas that most of the general public might not agree with. He said:
“I ain’t telling nobody what to do. I’m expressing what I’ve been through, ’cause you know people learn to take a soundbite and say, ‘This was not exactly Devil-approved by the internet.’”
Then, he fired off a fierce defense of the controversial entertainer and his supposed God-given parental rights:
“We could be speaking on something that’s God-approved. […] Y’all know what I’m talking about. They tried to play T.I., but he’s talking about something that’s God-approved. It’s 30 states that still got the death penalty. Thou shall not kill. But, we be cool with that.”
Sigh. Here we go again
“Good” fatherly intentions aside, can we really imagine KKW being okay with something like this later down the line when the pair’s daughters, North West, six, and Chicago West, one, are of age?
At the risk of sounding judgy, we sure hope not!!
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