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Kanye West “loves” Donald Trump and was “addicted to opioids”
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Kanye West recently admitted that he “loves” Donald Trump and was “addicted to opioids” when he was hospitalised in 2016, according to US radio host Ebro Darden.

The rapper was hospitalised “for his own health and safety” back in November 2016, with reports at the time citing “severe sleep deprivation” as the reason for the hospitalisation.

West was eventually released from hospital in December of that year, making an infamous visit to see then President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower soon after.

Earlier today (April 23), Hot 97 host Ebro Darden detailed a phone conversation he claims to have had with West at the weekend, in which he says he criticised the rapper for his public praise of right-wing pundit Candace Owens, accusing Kanye of “living in a bubble in Calabasas”.

Kanye West

Kanye West

Speaking on Hot 97, Darden claimed that West told him that he felt like “nobody really showed love for me when I was addicted to opioids and in the hospital”.

Kanye also allegedly told Ebro that he felt “demonised” for “speaking out and challenging conventional thought”, going on to tell him that he “loves” Donald Trump.

Watch Darden recall the entire phone chat in the video below.The Trump comments begin at the 6.51 mark.

Kanye has not yet responded to Ebro’s claims.

Meanwhile, West has also announced the release dates for five albums since returning to Twitter. He has told fans to expect records from himself, Nas, Pusha T, Teyana Taylor, and his collaboration with Kid Cudi before the end of June.

West’s new album will be the follow-up to 2016’s ‘The Life Of Pablo’. Here’s everything we know about the release so far.

23/04/2018 20:30:03
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