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Rapper Kanye West, who famously said that former President George W. Bush "doesn't care about black people," spoke out again about the 43rd president Monday.
As he accepted an honorary degree at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, West said that the term "I'm sorry" is "something that you can use a lot."
"It gives you the opportunity to give your opinion, apologize for it, and then give your opinion again," he said.
West then shifted to Bush.
"George Bush—," he said, pausing for laughter. "Has some very cool self portraits."
"I didn't know he was an artist," West added.
Since leaving public office, Bush has taken up painting. His art exhibition is currently on display at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas.
A spokesperson for Bush declined to comment about the remark to TheBlaze.
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