Kris Jenner Opens Up About Kanye West's Controversial Statements: 'I Would Rather He Share Some of That Stuff Privately'


During a candid look on Ellen on Friday (Oct. 26), Kris Jenner opened up about her son-in-law Kanye West's newest controversial actions and feedback. 

Although the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has nothing however love for the rapper, she additionally believes his robust opinions are generally shared within the mistaken time and place.

“Kanye’s an incredible son-in-law. He’s an incredible dad and husband and good friend and brother-in-law. So we all know my son-in-law, Kanye," she informed host Ellen DeGeneres, including that she believes that her job as a mother is to all the time assist her youngsters. “I believe what I actually wish to do is be there to assist him be the most effective model of himself that he will be." Quickly, DeGeneres clapped again "But is he letting you be there?" 


Jenner promptly made some extent that, regardless of being a supervisor, she clearly has no management over anybody's actions. “You can’t management what any individual else is doing. I can’t all the time management what any of them do at any time. It’s actually laborious. You have youngsters and so they might need a very completely different opinion or view about one thing. And his are very robust. He has an enormous voice and he has loads to say.”   

As for West’s "spontaneous" sit-down with President Trump on the White House earlier this month, she would moderately the rapper share his opinions outdoors of the highlight. "That was so Kanye. He was sharing ideas and issues of himself. But I might moderately he share a few of that stuff privately. Obviously, that will be nice. But I want to have the ability to present him that I'm right here if he wants me."    

"He undoubtedly has his personal ideas and opinions and he will get very enthusiastic about that," she mentioned. "You’ve identified him a very long time, I’ve identified him a very long time, and he does have completely different sides to him. And it is a facet that no person’s seen earlier than."

Watch the interview under.