So it was no surprise when on Sunday morning, Adams uploaded a confusing 22-minute monologue about Trump, North Korea, and why we're in a new “Golden Age.”
But two-thirds of the way through the monologue, another name came up—Kanye West. Adams said that Kanye's support for Owens “ripped a hole in reality.”
Adams said he didn't know West's politics, but said the rap icon “knows history doesn't repeat. He's not a prisoner of the mind… Kanye, in seven words, unlocked a mental prison and is bringing you to the Golden Age.”
Kanye apparently appreciated the compliment, quote-tweeting different sections of Adams' video nine times in a row.
Adams has a habit of representing anything Donald Trump does—even the most obvious gaffes or lies—as a brilliant move of “three-dimensional chess.” Seems like he's now extending this pattern to West as well.
Here's where Kanye went with the praise:
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