Kanye West Reveals He Still Looks at Porn After Having Daughters, Gets TMI About What He Likes

Singing a different tune? Kanye West raps on Ye that he now sees women as “somethin’ to nurture, not somethin’ to conquer,” but on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the 41-year-old said his attitude toward women hasn’t changed that much. After all, he reasoned, he still looks at porn!

The confession came during West’s sit-down with Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday, August 9. The late-night host asked about West’s new song “Violent Crime,” in which the rapper imagines his daughters — 5-year-old North and 6-month-old Chicago, whom he shares with wife Kim Kardashian — as adults attracting the attention of men.

“And you’re very, very worked up about this — prematurely, some might say,” Kimmel, 50, observed. “Do you think about that? Do you think that far ahead?”

“Oh, I think lifetimes and lifetimes ahead,” West replied.

Kimmel asked, “You actually are imagining, like, guys objectifying — do you feel like your attitude toward women has changed since having daughters?”

“Naw, I still look at Pornhub,” West said.

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Kimmel then asked the 21-time Grammy winner what XXX categories he favors … but then told West he didn’t have to answer that question.

“Hey, I mean, what’s the point of being Kanye West if you can’t,” the hip-hop star replied. “Let’s break down the porn categories … A lot of black-on-white, obviously.”

But that wasn’t the only cringeworthy part of the interview. The rapper and Kimmel also talked about West’s support for Donald Trump.

“As a musician, African-American guy out in Hollywood, all these different things — you know, everyone around me tried to pick my candidate for me,” West told Kimmel. “And then told me every time I said liked Trump that I couldn’t say it out loud or my career would be over. I’d get kicked out of the black community because blacks, we are supposed to have a monolithic thought, we can only be Democrats and all.”

But when Kimmel asked West for evidence that Trump cares about “any people at all,” the Chicago native fell silent.

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