Kanye West Believes Slavery Was a Choice

Saul Bowman
May 2, 2018

Be careful what you ask for: The world has been waiting for new music from Kanye West for years now, and now that it's finally come, it's likely not what most fans were hoping for.

He then goes on to say that he's going to show Kanye how everyone "comes together" and warns Kanye that "we better not see you in concert". "Like, you was there for 400 years and it was all of y'all?"

Realising his comment was probably just a tad triggering, he tried to explain: 'It's like we're mentally in prison. "Like, slavery goes too direct to the idea of blacks", he said.

'Prison is something that unites us as one race, blacks and whites'.

West appeared frustrated that the media was taking him out of context and attacking him for coming out and wearing one of Trump's Make America Great Again campaign hats.

West explained Tuesday why he felt inspired to share the tweets about Trump.

"And really, ever since the Taylor Swift moment, it just, it never, it never had been the same, the connection with radio". Half the s*** Trump does, I don't agree with", Kanye counters, to which T.I. replies, "What half do you agree with?

The rapper, who has divided fans with his continued support of Trump, opened up in a new interview with T.I during the recording sessions for new single "Ye Vs The People". Dillinger shared a screenshot of the vid on Instagram, and the former boyfriend of Kim Kardashian commented, "u krazy kuzin! let me know what we doin!"

"I actually don't think you're thinking anything", Lathan interjected. We're taught how to feel. And the reason that I feel like that is, Kanye, you're entitled to your opinion - you're entitled to believe whatever you want - but there's fact and real-life outcome behind everything you just said. "Frankly, I'm disappointed, I'm appalled and I am unbelievably hurt that you have morphed into something, to me, that is not real".

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