Kevin Nash Compares Kanye West To One Of History’s Most Evil Men

Kevin Nash Compares Kanye West To One Of History’s Most Evil Men

Rapper Kanye West, who now goes by the name “Ye,” was recently interviewed on Fox News by Tucker Carlson. West explained his decision to wear a “White Lives Matter” shirt at Paris Fashion Week. The rapper also talked about his support of former U.S. president Donald Trump.

“The enemies of his ideas dismissed West, as they have for years, as mentally ill,” Carlson said before introducing the interview. “Too crazy to take seriously. Look away. Ignore him. He’s a mental patient. There’s nothing to see here.” 

Kanye’s rhetoric could be “jarring,” said Carlson, and that it is “often used as ammunition against him in the battle for influence over the minds of America’s young people. And that battle is intense.” 

West also recently came under fire for anti-Semitic remarks on Twitter where he said he would go “Death Con 3 On Jewish People.” Now that his Twitter account has been temporarily blocked for the comment, West is acquiring Parler, the alternative social media platform favored by many conservatives.

Parler’s parent company announced the deal on Monday morning, saying West had made “a groundbreaking move into the free speech media space and will never have to fear being removed from social media again.”

West commented: “In a world where conservative opinions are considered to be controversial we have to make sure we have the right to freely express ourselves.” 

Legendary NWO co-founder and two-time Hall of Fame wrestler Kevin Nash commented on West’s recent controversies on Twitter and compared the rapper to Adolph Hitler. “Antisemitism is the longest active hate in the history of mankind,” Nash wrote with a picture of West and Hitler side by side. “It dates before Christianity.”

Kevin Nash hasn’t wrestled since 2018, and prior to that, he wrestled twice in 2016, with the former WWE Champion officially retiring in 2020 due to two knee replacement surgeries. He was recently asked if we would consider a return to the ring on the heels of Ric Flair’s Last Match being a financial success. 

“The f*cking thought of my f*cking rickety ass body hitting that f*cking wood,” he said on his Kliq This podcast. “Like nah, man, and not even for f*cking Saudi money. You come with me the half a million bucks, let me take two bumps, f*ck you. What am I gonna do with that? Let me put that in the bank with the rest of my f*cking money I don’t spend.”

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