Kanye West assails Jews, abortion in new interview with Lex Fridman
After months of refusing to address controversial remarks made by Kanye West, the rapper finally responded to the controversial statements by delivering his thoughts on religion and abortion in an interview with comedian and radio show host Lex Fridman for his radio show The FADO Show.
In his interview with Fridman, West spoke about many things including his view on religion, the idea of his unborn child being his son, and his views on abortion and homosexuality.
In a section of the interview where he discussed his view of being Jewish, West spoke about his views on abortion and being Jewish:
“When I was in the womb, I had the belief that this wasn’t my son. I had the belief that this wasn’t my child. I have to say: my son was in my womb. He’s the same person I’m sitting here today. I didn’t know that I would be the person whose son I’d be in the afterlife with in my mother’s womb. So, I’m not going to be the first to be judged here. I’m not the first to be judged, and I’m not the first one to be judged. So, here’s what I’m bringing. I have no problem being Jewish. I have no problem with God as I know Him. I have no problem with God, and I have no problem with being Jewish. But I also have a problem with abortion. When did you ever hear of somebody losing their life because of their choice to take an abortion pill? I don’t care how you do it, but don’t take that life.”
He then went on to discuss how he came to his views on abortion and how he decided to have an abortion in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel:
“When I was pregnant, I read a lot of articles that said, you know, this fetus is going to be aborted in the ninth month. I just want it out of the way. No questions asked. I’m done with it. I’m done with it. I think