‘Ye’ West Says Clintons Urged Kardashians To Promote Vaccines


Last Updated on October 17, 2022

On the talk show Drink Champs, Grammy-winning rapper and producer, Kante West, who now goes by “Ye,” revealed that the Clintons attempted to use the influence of the Kardashian family to promote vaccination participation in the populace.

“Imagine your own wife telling you ‘oh, the hat’s small dick energy,’ meanwhile the Clintons got them trying to get people to get vaccinated,” West said.

“You know I’m here because I ain’t have on outlet. I was on Tucker Carlson right, and Trump supporters they think it’s nice that a black guy supports Trump,” Ye stated. “I got to say something about the hat. That’s one of the things that really drove me to the edge.”

“You’re talking about the MAGA hat?” one of the hosts asked.

“I know somebody, I’m not going to say his name, where Kim [Kardashian] and Kris [Jenner] got on the phone with them, trying to get them to push the vaccination to Black people,” Ye revealed in the interview. “Meaning that’s how in tuned and how aligned with the Clintons that the Kardashians were.”

“Through Corey,” he added. “Corey [Gamble] is a plant. Corey was Puff Daddy’s nanny manny, you get what I’m saying? Then he was with Justin Bieber when Justin Bieber got in trouble,” Ye said. “And then when Bruce did a transition to Caitlyn, he popped up. Now he’s running around like he’s Kylie’s daddy.”

“He’s there for the agenda and control and the power of that family. Four of those people in that family have been raised Christian by Rob Kardashian,” Ye stated.

West mentioned Gamble in his interview with Tucker Carlson on FOX News

“There’s so many things that are put in Kim’s head. You know they bring influencers, you know.”

“Like no one ever knew where Corey Gamble came from. No one in the fashion world knows where Gabby came from. These people were practically made in a laboratory, in my opinion,” the potential 2024 U.S. Presidential candidate said. “One of these things they are really good at doing is being nice and being likable.”

The rapper who hails from Chicago by way of Atlanta explained how de facto handlers are put in place around influential figures in order to influence their decisions.

“What they do is, for people that have some form of influence, whether it’s an educated black woman….or whether it’s the most influential white woman on the planet…they have people around them at all times, telling them what to be afraid of,” West explained.

“It’s like not what to do or say specifically, it’s what to be afraid of,” he clarified.

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