Kanye West: "I Have a Hard Time Believing Bush Cares About Anyone" [VIDEO]

In the Nightline clip to your right, Kayne West talks about the mainstream media's desire to suggest a violent nature to his musical feud with fellow rapper 50 Cent for racial reasons, and more importantly he speaks out defiantly about this infamous 2005 quote: "George Bush doesn't care about black people." It's nice, in this era of the forced, completely insincere celebrity apologies following uncharacteristically unscripted moments, to see one celebrity sticking by their statements. And since his statements happen to be right on when it comes to this subject (if not every subject) here's Mr. West for you viewing pleasure.

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