getting into a back-and-forth over West “harassing” his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, during their divorce, the “Daily Show” host is now speaking up for the rapper’s humanity.
Noah addressed the “Heartless” mogul in a long-winded monologue on his show in March. In part, he spoke up because his own mother was harassed by her ex, and Noah didn’t want to see the same fatal ending for Kimye.
However, West didn’t take too kindly to the advice and responded by calling Noah a racial slur on Instagram — to which Noah responded in a lengthy post, telling West that it “breaks my heart to see you like this” at that time.Now Noah is offering him a heartfelt show of support.“It’s easy to stand on the sidelines, see a train crash coming and say nothing about it,” Noah stated on Thursday’s episode of Variety’s Awards Circuit Podcast. “And then after the train crashes off the tracks, we say, ‘Oh, I saw that coming!’ Well, then why didn’t you say anything?
Especially if you have some sort of platform, you have some sort of obligation to speak a truth. You know, see something and say something.“And I also understand that human beings are a paradox,” Noah continued on the podcast. “We can love people who we hate, we can hate people who we love.Read more on nypost.com