It’s been 10 years since Kanye West’s legendary Hurricane Katrina telecast, where he infamously proclaimed: “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.” A decade of rants and outrageous moments later, and this unscripted national television outburst is still one Yeezy’s best moments. George W. Bush actually admitted the rapper’s comments ranked high among his lowest moments as President.
10 years later, the tables have turned. George W. Bush was succeeded by Barack Obama, and just like his predecessor, his eight-year tenure is ending with much criticism. The 2016 Presidential Elections looks to be one for the ages, thanks in part to Donald Trump’s surprisingly high support rate nationwide.
On the tail end of Kanye West’s announcement, there’s one specific moment in mind from his past.
In 2005 Kanye West dissed President George W. Bush on live television, 10 year later he announces his own presidency bid….