Kanye West drops R-bomb on President Joe Biden after antisemitic outburst

MIAMI, FL - DECEMBER 05: Kanye West speaks at Surface Magazine's DesignDialogues No. 6 With Hans Ulrich Obrist, Kanye West And Jacques Herzog at Moore Building on December 5, 2013 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Surface Magazine)

Kanye West is on a roll, and he’s not going anywhere anytime soon.

While he appears to be at odds with almost everyone on the internet due to his controversial statements, Kanye appears to have found a new adversary, and it is not just any ordinary person out there – Kanye appears to have made an enemy of the leader of the free world.

Kanye captured the attention of not only the American media but also the British media following his series of social media outbursts.

Kanye West spoke with Piers Morgan, one of the most controversial news presenters in the United Kingdom. He called US President Joe Biden a demeaning slur in his now-trending interview.

Kanye said to the camera:

“The President of the United States does not have meetings with Elon Musk. That is f***ing … Hey, here, come, come get me … That’s f***ing ret***ed. I know I’m not supposed to say that Biden, but that’s f***ing ret***ed, Biden.”

Kanye has a pass for saying “retarded” because he has a mental health illness. Many people were unaware that the “DONDA” rapper was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder.

Although his embattled wife, Kim Kardashian, revealed in a 2019 interview that his husband has refused to take pharmaceuticals as medication for his disease treatment.

Kanye attempted to lighten up his recent racist comments by elaborating on the reasons for his antisemitic attacks elsewhere in the interview.

Kanye announced earlier this month that he would release “death con 3” to Jews, a statement that enraged many celebrities, cultural groups, and nearly everyone on the internet.

When asked if he regretted making racist remarks, Kanye jokingly overlapped with Morgan.

Kanye says while Morgan tries to lecture him about racism:

“Absolutely not.”

He eventually admitted that he said those things on purpose, saying:

“he fought fire, with fire.”

He further went on:

“I will say that I’m sorry for the people that I hurt with the death con – the confusion that I caused. I feel like I caused hurt and confusion. And I’m sorry for the families that had nothing to do with the trauma that I have been through and that I used my platform where you say hurt people hurt people, and I was hurt.”