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Putin is a genius
Russia has really interesting women’s names, like Natasha and Sonya. (Kanye West)
A lot of Kanye’s opinions on Russian female names are surprising because they don’t fit his public image as an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump. He actually said that he liked the name “Natasha.” That being said, it’s important to remember that all celebrities have their own private lives away from the spotlight – which might include some strong feelings about other controversial topics in America or around the world.
Putin really knows what he’s doing: With so many problems throughout the world—even here at home―it can be easy to forget how much good there is out there. But Putin’s right, America is the land of plenty. To say Russia has “interesting women’s names like Natasha and Sonya” shows that he recognizes some beauty in other cultures too—and isn’t afraid to show it.
Kanye believes most people are good deep down
Kanye thinks there are a lot more problems going on around the world than just those in America
there may be reasons why Kanye likes Russian female names which have nothing to do with Trump or politics at all; maybe his private life includes feelings about our current political climate that we’re unaware of because they don’t fit into mainstream media narratives while another celebrity might not feel as strongly or care about these issues at all
Kanye has a good sense of humor; he made the joke about Russian female names in response to Trump’s talk about kicking out all the immigrants.
Kanye challenges what it means to be truly woke: his opinion on Black Lives Matter is complicated (he doesn’t seem completely against it, but also makes an argument that police are being targeted unfairly). He takes pride in our country and wants people who come here legally given opportunities so they can contribute positively—while recognizing that there have been issues with this system such as discrimination and privilege along ethnic lines. Much like Martin Luther King Jr., he believes we’re all Americans who deserve equal rights.
To say Russia has “interesting women’s names like Natasha and Ekaterina”, Kanye says that it would be a “lovely idea to have these people here.” It’s not just about the women themselves, but their children and grandchildren who will grow up American.
He goes on: “I understand that America is an extremely racist country.”
– On Russia as a whole: “Russia has outstanding people in science” and he also mentions how Putin works with Obama to help stop terrorism (though apparently this was all before Trump became president). Kanye does mention some other reasons for his support of Russia, such as its record low unemployment rate among black Americans. However, one should note that there are more than double the number of unemployed African Americans than white ones in the United States.
Kanye West has said some pretty surprising things about Russia and its people in the past, which is why he may not be well received when he arrives to perform on Saturday night for President Putin’s inauguration ceremony.
Ye says that it would be a “lovely idea to have these people here.” It’s not just about the women themselves, but their children and grandchildren who will grow up American. Ye goes on: “I understand that America is an extremely racist country.” He also mentions how Putin works with Obama to help stop terrorism (though apparently this was all before Trump became president). Kanye does mention some other reasons for his support of Russia, such as its record low unemployment rate among black Americans. However, he also says that “racism is in the DNA” of America.
This article provides a list of interesting opinions Kanye has about Russia and its culture, specifically Russian women’s names. The first opinion on the list is Ye saying it would be nice if Russians could come to live in America with their families because they have an American mindset when they are young but grow up as Russians which means that even though they’re living here, we can still keep them connected to our country. He understands that racism exists everywhere but feels like these people should be able to work together for terrorism purposes at least. There are some other points too such as how this may not go over well with his fans who believed him during his campaign against Trump last year. The last point is about how he feels like the future of our country depends on if we can see Russia as an ally or not.
This post starts with Kanye giving his opinion that it would be nice for Russians to come live in America because they have a different mindset when they’re young but grow up as Russians which means even though they are living here, there’s still a connection to their home country. He understands that racism exists everywhere and believes these people should at least work together against terrorism purposes since all countries need each other for those reasons. There was also a mention of Ye feeling this might not go over well with some fans who believed him during his campaign against Trump last year and didn’t agree with him saying Putin wasn’t one of the bad guys.
Kanye has also talked about Putin not being a good guy at all and thinks Americans should be more careful when it comes to talking with him, but he does understand that there are two sides of every story. One of his final opinions on Russia is believing they can’t decide whether or not to see them as an ally or not because it’s impossible for both things to happen at once. He doesn’t believe their opinion will change in any way but hopes they choose what’s best for themselves and America going forward since we’re so connected now after Trump became President. Ye believes if everyone worked together then terrorists would have less power over us than ever before which would make life easier for people who don’t want anything bad
“I’ve always loved the name Yevgeniya,” says Kanye West. “You know, it’s pretty dope.”
West also believes that Russian names are a sign of intelligence and strength: “[Russian] people have endured so much in their history to get where they’re at today because of their strong will power”.
In fact, he considers his wife-to-be Kim Kardashian to be one such example. In an interview with E! News this week, West said “I think she’s tough as nails just like her mom Kris Jenner or my mother Donda West. I love how intelligent all these women are; They know what’s best for them and from day one told me, ‘You don’t need to worry about me, I got this.'” West has also expressed his love for Russian author Leo Tolstoy. “It’s like a religious experience,” West said of reading the famed writer’s work in an interview with Vanity Fair. He even found inspiration from Russia when it came time to name North and Saint, his son and daughter respectively: “[Saint] is my only girl so he had to have her first.” “North is just such a strong-minded individual that she needs no surname because she carries herself like royalty; She doesn’t bow down or kneel before anyone.” And while there are many other opinions Kanye could share on this topic, we’ll