Chris Cuomo Admits He's On Antidepressants Seconds After Accusing Ye of Being Mentally Disturbed

Chris Menahan
Oct. 17, 2022

Disgraced former CNN host Chris Cuomo, who now works for some random YouTube channel, had Ye on his show Monday and tried to accuse him of being mentally disturbed for holding "anti-Semitic views" before admitting he himself takes antidepressants "every day."

"When I wore the White Lives Matter shirt, the Jewish underground media mafia already started attacking me," Ye said before highlighting all the ways he is being blackballed, from having his shows canceled to his shirts pulled.

"Look, there is no Jewish media cabal mafia," Cuomo responded. "That is a figment of either your imagination or a prejudice."

"Over 50% of the executives in Hollywood, the CEOs are Jewish," Ye countered. "And these guys know each other."

"That's different than saying it's a mafia and these guys acts as Jews in some way as opposed to just being businessmen," Cuomo said.

After some back and forth, Ye said, "I'm not going to be owned by the Jewish media anymore."

"Every celebrity has Jewish people in their contract, this is not hate speech, this is the truth," Ye said. "And these people, if you say anything out of line with the agenda, your career could be over."

Cuomo interrupted Ye repeatedly and insisted his comments were anti-Semitic and "damaging to decency."

Cuomo eventually shifted the interview into accusing Ye of being mentally disturbed.

"Here's my concern for you," Cuomo said. "When I hear how you talk about your personal life and you put things out there, you get into these looping thoughts of what you believe, it sounds to me like you are sometimes out of control and that this is something that you should be dealing with now."

"Have you been taking care of your health, in terms of making sure that you are behaving and thinking at your best?" Cuomo asked.

"I love the way you worded it," Ye responded. "The way you worded it, what you don't realize is when it runs back, people are going to say, 'Wow, have you been making sure you're behaving?' "

"That's not what I'm saying!" Cuomo protested. "You're trying to cheapen the point. I'm trying to make sure that you're healthy and you're taking care of your health."

"Did you work out this morning?" Ye asked.

"No," Cuomo responded. "But I took my medicine! But I took my antidepressant medication that I take every day!"

Ye responded saying he has the right to do as he pleases and he's not speaking "what is called hate speech" but speaking from personal experience.

"When I said def con 3, what I was saying is I'm going to talk about all these things that I saw that just so happen to be by Jewish executives or Jewish friends of mine where I saw people pulling my coattail, telling me behave, instantly running the narrative that I'm off, that you need to take your meds," Ye said. "I don't get a clean platform to tell my truth without ... being called suddenly crazy, saying I'm out of control."

Ye eventually ended the interview abruptly after Cuomo repeatedly interrupted him and refused to allow him to speak.

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