Trevor Noah shuts down speculations of ‘beef’ with Kanye West: ‘I was concerned’

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Trevor Noah doesn’t have any “beef” with Kanye West.

Talking to an audience member who had asked him about the alleged feud between them, “The Daily Show” host asked, “Why am I beefing with Kanye? That’s an interesting way to phrase it because a beef has to go both ways.”

He continued in the video posted to the show’s official TikTok account, “Genuinely it does. In my limited understanding of the world, beef has always been something that generally will happen between two hip-hop artists. I’ve never beefed with Kanye West. I was concerned about Kanye West.”

Noah, 38, actually condemned those around the rapper-turned-designer, 45, for not recognizing that he could potentially be in the midst of a mental health episode.

Noah told his audience that he actually “grew up loving this man.”

“I still love him despite the s–t that he talks,” he added, describing that he knows Ye can be “an a–hole” but is also worried that he could do something to hurt himself.

“But I’ve promised myself I’ll never be the person who just sits by and gleefully says things about people that I care about and then also joins the group of mourners afterward and acts like I wasn’t part of it,” he concluded.

“Too many people like to mourn you when you’re dead, and they don’t say anything to you when you’re alive. So I don’t know where to end. But that’s it.”

West had originally attacked Noah after the latter asked him to stop “harassing” Kim Kardashian.

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West had originally attacked Noah after the latter asked him to stop “harassing” Kim Kardashian.


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