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“I Almost Killed My Daughter”, Kanye West On How Him And Wife Kim Kardashian Considered Aborting Their 1st Child

“I Almost Killed My Daughter”, Kanye West On How Him And Wife Kim Kardashian Considered Aborting Their 1st Child. Kanye shared some personal details and broke down in tears during his presidential campaign when he was sharing his stance on Planned Parenthood.

Kanye West held his first presidential caampaign rally. It was held in Exquis Event Center in South Carolina. The rapper had been stating controversial information, such as crticising the historic women who freed black slaves , Harriet Tubman. Kanye also ended crying when speaking about abortion.

The ‘Stronger’ rapper began vrying after he had revealed that he initially wanted his wife Kim Kardashian to have an abortion prior to the birth of their first child, North West. The rapper explained that the abortion did not take place because of the ‘vision of God’, he said if it was not for the ‘viosion of God’ his child would have not been ‘murderd’.

The rapper spoke about how his mother had also saved his life, because he was almost aborted because of his father. He shared that “There would have been no Kanye West”, but his mother saved his life. He broke down and started crying screaming ” I almost killed my daughter” when he had been sharing about abortion. he also shared that there should not be a Plan B, he further explained he is not crazy and that the world is crazy.

A young woman took the stage to challenge his views on abortion, he then mantained that he was not against abortion. He said America needs to do a better job supporting pregnant women, such as giving them $1 million. His idea brought about a lot of laughter in the venue.

The rapper’s campaign rally has been trending on social media with many people being critical on what he had said, many artist such as 50 Cent made comments on what he had said about Harriet Tubman. The video of him crying is also bringing out comments about his bipolar and mental illness.

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