"People saw this clip of me crying". I remember this, cause its Oprah talking, I'm gonna remember a lot of what the conversation was.
Earlier this month, West shared his interest in appearing on the podcast on Twitter.
'They told me I was bipolar and I remember going on TMZ and saying slavery was a choice, and they medicated me for having that opinion and saying it out loud.
John Paluska has been a contributor for Christian Headlines since 2016 and is the founder of The Daily Fodder, a news outlet he relaunched in 2019 as a response to the constant distribution of fake news. And when you collect them, you say, "Oh, these are all these things that connect.' Yeah, you know, I just tell the truth, and telling the truth is insane in a world full of lies". I'm not here to down (President Donald) Trump or down (Democratic nominee Joe) Biden, I'm just here to express why God has called me to take this position.
The "Wash Us In The Blood" singer firmly believed that his calling was to be the "leader of the free world" and not a governor. "When anybody ever talks about you to me, they say, 'He's all over the place, ' and I say, 'I think that he's got a different power source'". "I was exhausted of serving the music industry, exhausted of serving filling up stadiums".
"Well, I'll say these two things", West said. "What I will be presenting is a Plan A. We've already started working on a Plan A to change the connotation of orphanages, to change the connotation of foster care", he continued. The idea of it just tears me up inside, that I was a part of a culture that promotes this kind of thing. There's a way both parties can be happy. They just really took it as a joke.
West said his father said the industry was a bad business and he thought that to be true.
"Everyone's a part of it, everyone's responsible, everyone's a part of the problem", he said.
"The contracts are made to rape the artistes". This is Sony and Universal and I'm ready to put the blue color on my face and go out there and do that because it's the right thing.
"At that point the music is losing money to me", he said.
He also suggested that Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Prince and Bruce and Brandon Lee had been murdered, among other claims.
Elsewhere in the interview, West discussed religion, his work as a 'pastor, ' his wildly successful clothing line, and the pitfalls of the music industry. "My $5 billion net worth and $300 million of cash that I see a year-music is like negative $4 million for me".