Kim K. admits that Kanye's slavery comments "cried hysterically" – E! NEWS


Kim Kardashian he is not worried about her husband Kanye West a bit.

In this exclusive clip of the final of the Sunday season of Keep up with the Kardashians, Chief KKW Beauty shares his views on the controversial TMZ visit of "I Love It".

"Umm, how's Kanye?" Jonathan Cheban asks his best friend A-list.

"He's doing well, everyone thinks he's having a breakdown" northwestMom confesses.

Understandably, since it was a "wild" interview, Kim initially remembers being worried about her husband.

"I rushed home, I was crying hysterically," the mother of three admits to Jonathan and Simon Huck. "So I go home … it's completely fine."

For Kim herself, the "Famous" rapper can not control what he says "as he approached certain topics." In fact, the A-lister "loves being ramped up" because it makes him feel "powerful".

Apparently, "You're not sure why people are so outraged by their controversial statements because" he always said crazy s – t "and" that's why "is Kanye, and Kim notices that her husband" never said " the alleged commentary on slavery (as suggested by the titles).

"I always know what Kanye's intentions are and what he's trying to say, but I also know that they will write a title and people will assume that it's exactly what you said and what you meant," the reality TV veteran defends later on . "He did not say slavery is a choice, he was saying that if you still get enslaved for another 400 years of what a bull is."

"That, as a wife, it is really frustrating to see the media take everything and manage it," concludes Kim.

Watch Kim defend Kanye on the TMZ drama for yourself on!

Watch the season finale of Keep up with the Kardashians Sunday at 21:00, only on E!

(Also, be sure to tune in Busy tonight this Sunday at 22:00 as the Kardashian-West matriarch will speak all things KUWTK following the season finale.)


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