Kanye West walked out of a live interview during a discussion about recent comments he made about Jewish people. According to XXL, Ye, along with Nick Fuentes and Milo Yiannopoulos appeared on Tim Pool's Timcast IRL.
During the interview, Ye opened up about his dinner with Donald Trump, Pool asked Kanye about his thought process when it comes to Jewish people and he responded, “Have you ever heard the term, 'The Black vote'? So, it's OK to put us in one net, but it's not OK for me to put them in one net?”
Then around the show's 15-minute mark, Ye threatened to walk off the show if he had to defend his thoughts on Jewish people. He said, “I'm literally gonna walk the f-off the show if I'm sitting up here having to, you know, talk about, 'You can'y say that it was Jewish people that did it,' when every sensible person knows that.”
Before leaving the show, Ye went on to claim he believes that God is taking everything away from him in oder for him to be used as an empty vessel. Pool responded, “I think they've been extremely unfair to you.” West responded, “Who is 'they,' though?” Pool said, “Corporate press. I don't use the word as the way, I guess, you guys use.” Fuentes chimed in, “It is them, though, isn't it?” Pool responded, “No, it's not.” Kanye responded, “What do you mean it's not?”
At this point, Kanye walked out of the room. Pool said in response, “He's gone. I'll say it right now: You guys want to bring that stuff up, and then think we're not gonna have a conversation?”
According to TMZ, later on during the podcast, a producer said Ye, Milo and Nick all left together in a car. Ye apparently told producers he wasn't angry with Tim, but his issue was getting cut off.