The former Smiths frontman has often hit headlines for his controversial comments in recent years and, he says, in a bid to combat being misquoted in the press, the new interview has been published on his own site, Morrissey Central.
On racism accusations: "The modern Loony Left seem to forget that Hitler was Left wing!" But of course, we are all called racist now, and the word is actually meaningless.
"It's just a way of changing the subject".
Morrissey also commented on the rising crime rate in London and Mr. Khan's reaction to it.
The pop star said he now affiliates himself with For Britain, a far-right party created by failed Ukip leadership contestant Anne Marie Waters, who has said she left Ukip after the party's former leader Nigel Farage dismissed her and her allies as "Nazis and racists".
However, many fans have said the star does not come across well in the new chat, which sees him say of Sadiq Khan: "The Mayor of London tells us about "Neighborhood policin" - what is "policin"?". He tells us London is an "amazin " city. What is "amazin"? This is the Mayor of London! I saw an interview where he was discussing mental health, and he repeatedly said "men'el " ... he could not say the words "mental health". The Mayor of London!
Morrissey Central The interview has been shared as a Q&A
Morrissey then went on to claim that perpetrators of acid attacks are treated as victims, saying: ' All of the attacks are non-white, and so they can not be truthfully addressed by the British government or the Met Police or the BBC because of political correctness'.
'All of the attacks are non-white, and so they can not be truthfully addressed by the British government or the Met Police or the BBC because of political correctness.
'What this means is that the perpetrator is considered to be as much of a victim as the actual victim.
Morrissey, 58, also went on claiming that "we now live in the Age of Atrocity" because of the way authorities have been dealing with acid attacks in London.
U.K. Guardian editor Alex Needham called the interview career suicide.
Hang the blessed Morrissey? "Now I know it's over". "I have always had the utmost respect for your principles, but no more", tweeted a third person.