Reality TV star Kim Kardashian says she will help her highly-opinionated husband Kanye West to communicate better to reduce chances of the musician’s messages being wrongly interpreted.
The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star appeared on Saturday’s episode of “The Messy Truth With Van Jones” and defended her husband’s right to voice an opinion.
“Look, I always say this: It takes him about four years to write a song to communicate what he wants to say. So when he tweets something in two seconds—what’s going on in his mind, and what he thinks and what he’s trying to say—he might not be the best communicator, but he has the best heart and I know what he means,” Kardashian told Jones.
Kardashian and Jones addressed some of West’s scandals as of late, including his support of President Donald Trump and his tweet about abolishing the 13th Amendment.
“I believe in him, and I believe that his message of what the [“Make America Great Again”] hat represents to him is maybe different [from] what it represents to other people. He is very mindful about that … He maybe doesn’t express that,” she continued, “but what it means to him is something totally different, and I trust in him that he will explain that in his own way.”
The 38-year-old reality star also addressed those who criticised her for not interrupting her husband’s rant on “Saturday Night Live.”
“What did you want me to do? Get up on stage and sing? Like what did you want me to do?” she asked, rhetorically. “I listen to him. Afterwards, I might let him know that I can help him communicate that a little bit better and, you know, we should work on that. And he’s like ‘Oh yeah but I already tweeted it’ and I’m like ‘Well, what you tweeted isn’t what you just said to me over the phone.’ But sometimes people don’t have the long time to really hear him out and see what he has to say.”
She added: “We’re working on expressing that.”