Before heading back to L.A., Ye sat down with Clique TV for an interview where he touches on racism today. When asked about while people singing the lyrics to his track “N*ggas In Paris,” the “Only One” rapper gave his view on racism and how it is “dated.” Oh….

He said,

“Racism is a dated concept. It’s like a silly concept that people try to touch on to either … to separate, to alienate, to pinpoint anything. It’s stupid.”

He then provided an analogy saying,

“It’s like a bouncing ball in a room with two cats, or something, when you don’t feel like playing with a cat. Let them literally fight over the bouncing ball. And the bouncing ball has nothing, no purpose, anything other than that: It bounces. That’s racism. It’s not an actual thing that even means anything. It’s played out like a style from the 1800s or something. ”

Hmm…wasn’t he ranting and raving about how much racism existed in the fashion industry not too long ago? And didn’t he catch a case over a man allegedly yelling racial slurs to his wife? And didn’t his wife “pen” an open letter saying she now knows racism exists after her daughter was called out her name? Hmph.

Check out his full interview below where he also dropped nuggets like, “Buying bad designer items is like knicing up a prostitute.”