Kanye West stormed out of his first interview after his infamous dinner with former President Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago, The Daily Beast reports.
Ye, who brought along fellow Mar-a-Lago dinner guest Nick Fuentes, an avowed antisemite, and far-right troll Milo Yiannopolis, stormed off during an interview with right-wing podcaster Tim Pool after the host mildly disagreed with his claim that all of his problems are caused by Jews.
Ye made a series of antisemitic claims during the interview, promoting anti-Jewish conspiracy theories and claiming that people around him were “Zionist” plants.
He continued to make statements suggesting that a Jewish cabal secretly controls everything.
“Rahm Emanuel was right next to Obama, and then Jared Kushner was right next to Trump,” he said at one point, even as he defended Trump.
During the interview, Pool told Ye that he believes “they’ve been extremely unfair to you.”
Ye asked Pool who “they” are.
“The corporate press,” Pool replied.
“Who is ‘they,’ though?” Ye pressed because Fuentes jumped in.
“It is them, though, isn’t it,” he said, referring to Jewish people.
“No,” Pool replied as West immediately jumped out of his seat and stormed out of the studio.
Fuentes and Yiannopolis both left as well and the trio left together in a car.
Both men have apparently been part of Ye’s alleged presidential campaign.
A producer said later during the podcast that Ye told staff that he was not angry with Pool but his issue was getting cut off.