Kanye West became emotional while apologizing for his controversial slavish remarks that had turned over his head Summer

"I do not know if I apologized for it properly, like this one Slaves comment that people felt, "West said during an interview with Chicago's WGCI 107.5 Wednesday. "I want to take this moment to say that I'm sorry I'm hurt, I'm sorry that the MAGA hat stuck in the slave commentary."

The 41- A year-old rapper got into a fight in May after he said slavery "sounds like a choice" through a puzzling interview with TMZ Live. "You've been there for 400 years and it's all from you, it's like we're mentally imprisoned," he insisted at the time.

In response, TMZ employee Van Lathan fired in West and told him, "Honestly, I'm disappointed, I'm horrified, and brother, I'm incredibly hurt by the fact that you've turned something into me, that is not real. "

Now the Chicago native says that his outbreak and demise were the result of his now-diagnosed bipolar disorder and were surrounded by people who did not have his best interest in the heart.

"I had people with me at TMZ who could have stopped, they could have said, 'That's going too far,' West said, bursting into tears and talking about former employee Don C, whom West would have said "my back." and probably he finished the interview when he was there.

West called the incident a learning experience that showed "how many black people count on me and depend on me" and promised that he would be a new one Leaf Turns Around.

There's a new Kanye West you'll see that gets better because of this mental Hea The situation is getting better with this TMZ situation, "he said.

During the sweeping interview on Wednesday, the "YE" rappers discussed everything from his love for President Donald Trump to his alleged beef with Drake (What West Declined).

with President Trump in 2016 talking about the leader of our nation on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Thursday (Photo: AP)

West was also given a chance to answer Jimmy Kimmel's question as to why he thought Trump was taking care of Blacks, referring to West's notorious comment on the former president George W. Bush The Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

After another long break (similar to his long delay on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"), West offered his long-awaited shot.

"I feel that he cares about how blacks feel about him, and he would like black people to like him, as they did when he was cool in the rap songs," said West. (Trump) wants to be the biggest president and he knows he can not be the biggest president without accepting the black community.

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