Kanye West repeated his outburst “I almost killed my daughter. I almost killed my daughter” when he gave his first speech at a campaign rally
Kanye West said “I almost killed my daughter” as he broke down in tears at a campaign rally.
Kim’s husband, 43, appeared to be going ahead with his ambitious 2020 Presidential bid after he signed official documents.
Emotions were running high when the rapper spoke at his first ever political event and campaign rally in South Carolina on Sunday.
In an outburst, Kanye said the words: “I almost killed my daughter. I almost killed my daughter.”
Kanye then explained to the crowd he was urged not to tell the crowds about this particular story.
He added: “You can’t tell them about this story.”
Just moments before, Kanye revealed his dad wanted his mum Donda to have an abortion.
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The rapper declared his mum saved his life as there would have been “no Kanye West”.
“My mum saved my life. My dad wanted to abort me. My mum saved my life.
“There would have been no Kanye West because my dad was too busy.”
Crowds begun to cheer and chant his name when he spoke out.
Kanye filed with the Federal Election Commission last week.
Mirror Online has approached Kanye West’s representatives for further comment.