“I don’t regret what I said,” West said

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During his performance at Los Angeles’s Forum in Los Angeles, West was interrupted by a “Black Lives Matter” protester who yelled “You should f— with the white people” before running off the stage.

West was later asked by a reporter if he regretted what he had said. “I don’t regret what I said,” he said. “What I said was what I had to say.”


West said that his comments had been misinterpreted and that he doesn’t consider himself a “violent person” but instead is “a person who represents power and peace.” He also criticized the way that people look at what he does: “It’s a whole other world. It’s a place we’re trying to get to, and to me, what we’re trying to do is fight against social justice, and I’m against social justice.”

West also criticized the media’s coverage of the situation, saying, “When you get a hold of a story like this and you start feeding it to somebody else, you’re not reporting the facts. You’re not telling the truth. You’re not telling the truth. You’re not telling the truth. The reality is that I can’t be there to do the work that I want to do because there’s a mob or two against me,” the Chicago native said.

West added, “I can only do what I’m doing by myself. The only way I can do that is to go out in the streets, on the street, and fight for what I believe in. But when the mob comes and beats me up and says, ‘Oh, he’s a bad person for supporting black lives matter,” he said. “

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