Watch Kanye and Kimmel's conversation about Donald Trump in the clip above. Because we never had therapists in the black community.
Returning to the show, Kimmel asked Kanye about some of the music on his recent album ye, specifically regarding the lyrics about his daughter North West on the song "Violent Crimes".
"It represented overcoming fear and saying, 'You can't bully me.' Liberals can't bully me". At one point during the long interview, West went on a tear about why he supports the president.
Kimmel interjected and brought up the families being torn apart at "the border of this country". The rapper explained that there's this idea out there that "blacks can only be Democrats" and he added that as a result of his hospitalization in 2016 he "lost his confidence" and it took him a year and a half to say what he truly felt.
He continued, "And what it represented to me is not about policies - because I'm not a politician like that".
The host referred to West's famous claim from 2005 that President George W Bush "doesn't care about black people", and asked the superstar: "What makes you think that Donald Trump does - or any people at all?"
Kimmel asked West directly about Trump's presidency, which the rapper supports and for which he has been criticized by fellow musicians and others in the African-American community.
Kimmel didn't beat around the bush, asking him about the election and why he would support Trump.
After talking through his process of speaking out about supporting Trump, West said, "I actually quite enjoy when people are actually mad at me about certain things". Whether we like his personality or not, his actions are what matter.
"I think it's good that when I had my first complete blackout at age five, my mom didn't fully medicate me". DJ Khaled recited a message saying "focus on getting your own fat ass in shape guy, you can't inspire people to be great when you haven't seen your dick in years".