Kanye West Gets Dropped Off Chelsea Clinton Playlist

Kanye West has been dropped off the Playlist of the daughter of the Former US President, Chelsea Clinton.

According to the daughter of Bill Clinton, Kanye West talks about women in an ‘unconscionable’ manner. Chelsea does not agree with his actions toward Kim Kardashian following their divorce.

The former President’s daughter disclosed this during an interview with Entertainment Weekly. She mentioned that she was forced to take West’s songs off her playlist after seeing the way he treated his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.

“I’ve had to let go of Kanye, because it’s just, I can’t. Just the way that he has treated Kim Kardashian, the way that he has talked about women is unconscionable to me,” Clinton, who’s an avid runner, said. “That was some of my favorite running music. And I have removed it from my music library.”

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

Recall that Kanye and Kim got divorced in 2021 and the rapper has since taken advantage of every chance he got to make subtle jabs at his ex-wife. The intensity of the attacks got ramped up when Kim started dating Pete Davidson.

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In a recent occurrence, Kanye took to his Instagram page to declare “Skete Davidson Dead At Age 28” after Kim Kardashian broke up with Davidson in August.

Chelsea Clinton also expressed her admiration for the Kardashian star. “I have long admired Kim’s commitment to criminal justice reform,” she said.

Kanye West dropped off Chelsea Clinton Playlist

“I knew she’d gone to law school. I knew that she was doggedly committed to these issues and to individual incarcerated people’s efforts to lessen their sentences or fully commute their sentences. But to hear her talk about how this is such a significant part of her identity, of how she thinks about her role as a celebrity, of how thoughtful she is about where her celebrity can help and where it may be harmful … I just was really impressed by how, not only important this is to her, but how important this is to her definition of who she is.”

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