If you happened to watch Kanye West's interview with Jimmy Kimmel, the rapper-artist-fashion designer-Dragon Energy haver was left speechless when asked by Jimmy Kimmel why he thinks Donald Trump cares about black people.

To be fair, at the time, Kimmel cut right to a commercial why Kanye thought about and when they came back, the topic didn't come up again. It may have just been that Kimmel wanted to push on - but let's be honest here - it's not like Kanye wouldn't have interjected with an answer if he had one.

Anyway, we're now into Day 3 of Waiting For Kanye To Answer and, surprise surprise, he doesn't have an answer yet - but he does have an answer to why he hasn't answered yet.

Kimmel also came in on the whole thing as well, adding that "(not) every question warrants an immediate answer. Some answers need to be considered and a talk show with time constraints is a difficult place to do that."

Again, fair enough.

Anyone who does talk shows - be it on TV or radio - know that they're working in a small window and that any answer they give is often just the tip of the sword. You need a format where you can give a full-throated defence of your views, and again, nobody's arguing that point.

What's so full of sh** about Kanye's position is that if he had an answer, he'd have given it by now. He could have called up literally any journalist or publication in the world and said his piece to them. Hell, he could have even made a 25-tweet thread about why he thinks Donald Trump cares about black people. He could have gone on Medium and wrote about it, he could have made an entire spoken-word album explaining it.

He could have and is able to do just about anything in order to answer the question - and he hasn't. At least not yet, anyway.