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Kanye West ‘ s story about his deceased mother and brings you to tears

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In a preview of David Letterman’s interview with Kanye West, who begins streaming next week Friday, May 31, the musician, the wife of Kim Kardashian West, tweeted a clip of him sharing a touching memory of his mother Donda, who died in 2007 after a surgical procedure.

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While his wife looks to laugh, West answer Letterman’s question about the memory of his mother.

“This would be the best time of her life,” he says, “have the children walk around the house, and to be able to buy them toys. I remember that my mother bought me a bear that was multicolored, and I was very in [Japanese artist] Takashi Murakami in the time of [my] third album, ‘Graduation’, so she bought it and said: “it’s a bit feels like Murakami.’ And then I was like ‘I don’t want that, it’s not Takashi Murakami.’ [Laughter] And then she passed a few weeks after and I did everything I could find that bear and that bear on the top of all the Takashi Murakami the stuff I had in the house.

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“But she is here with us,” he concludes, “and leads us.”

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In the interview, West also talks about music, fashion, his fight with Drake, and inevitably, his support of President Trump. The interview will begin streaming on Netflix May 31.

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