Kanye Interview Pulled From YouTube, N.O.R.E. Apologizes For Airing Ye's 'Hurtful' Comments"They taking it [the interview] down," N.O.R.E. texted a friend on Monday afternoon, not clarifying who "they" was.
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Ye's interview with Revolt TV's Drink Champs was taken down from YouTube on Monday after amassing over 2 million views.
Host N.O.R.E., who spent the weekend bragging about how many views the interview got, abruptly changed his tune on Monday morning after taking heat.
"My Ye interview got more views then football haha!!!" N.O.R.E. said Sunday in a now-deleted tweet.
"They taking it [the interview] down," N.O.R.E. texted a friend on Monday afternoon, not clarifying who "they" was.
From Variety, "N.O.R.E. Apologizes for Airing Kanye West’s ‘Hurtful’ Antisemitic and George Floyd Comments on ‘Drink Champs’":
“I made a mistake doing the Kanye interview,” he said. “I could come out here and say this was Kanye’s thing and that’s it. And guess what? People will forgive me and I could get away with that. But that’s not what I’m doing. I feel like I failed my people. I called ‘The Breakfast Club’: because I wanted to apologize to my people.N.O.R.E. also went on HOT 97 to apologize to host Peter Rosenberg and the rest of the Jewish community for his part in not pushing back hard enough against Ye's anti-Semitic comments.
"I actually checked him and I say, 'You shouldn't say that,' I actually checked him about, uh, the Jewish community, I actually check him about the black community but you don't see that till two hours in the interview," N.O.R.E. assured Rosenberg.
After N.O.R.E. apologized profusely, Rosenberg praised N.O.R.E. for "trying" to "push back" in defense of the Jewish community.
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"I want to apologize for my part of it, you know my part in, um, you know letting this rhetoric fly you know what I mean, um, I didn't-- I didn't notice it until it was out already you know because like I said, I don't-- I don't edit, we don't edit. Rosenberg, you-- you did our show, you know that we don't edit, we want the purest of the purest--" N.O.R.E. said.
"Oh, believe me I've wanted you to edit things from other people's interviews before, no you don't," Rosenberg interjected.
"But guess what, we're going to start editing!" N.O.R.E. said as Rosenberg laughed. "Rules have changed!"
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You can still watch a mirror of the full interview (for the time being) below on Odysee:
Parler announced on Monday that Ye is going to purchase their social media site just to have a voice.
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