Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Last month, George W. Bush talked about the lowest points in his presidency. He said the lowest point, by far, was when Kanye West said he did not care about black people. After hearing what the former president said, West apologized to him. Ever since his backlash over Taylor Swift, he said he feels Bush's pain.
Through the media, George W. Bush and Kanye West have been communicating. While they could not have been friends while Bush was president, they appear to have found common ground now that he is out of office. There have been rumors of the two having a public meeting to signal their truce.
Over the summer, Kanye West added Pusha T to his G.O.O.D. Music label. In a matter of months, Pusha has become the second-biggest act, behind Kanye. Along with being the number two man, he has stepped up to defend Kanye West at every turn. When someone says something negative about West they have Pusha T to deal with.
Despite Kanye West making amends with George W. Bush, hard feelings remain with Pusha T. In an interview with SOHH, Pusha T revealed that he doesn't care what Bush's lowest point was. He said the former president should have wondered why most people agreed with what Kanye said about him. The black neighborhoods in New Orleans were left to rot, while other areas of the city were quickly repaired. In the minds of many Americans, that appears to be racist.