Kanye West has suggested that slavery was 'a choice' in freakish interview

Kanye West has suggested that slavery was 'a choice' in freakish interview

And she argued that comments like West's didn't help to move the conversation forward.

"I was drugged out", he said in the TMZ interview.

I'm pretty sure it proves you had some wifi interference. "He is not a free thinker. I think what you are doing right now is actually the absence of thought and the reason why I feel like that is because Kanye, you are entitled to your opinion and to think whatever you want".

Charlamagne Tha God said Kanye needs someone in his life who will shut down his commentary, especially after he went on a rant during an interview with TMZ where he blamed black people for 400 years of slavery.

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The tweet-happy rapper has definitely made more than a few foes for his statements-he's even gotten a "crip alert" after rapper Daz Dillinger encouraged members of the gang the Crips to "f-k Kanye up" in a video message, but there's one guy who's sticking by his side: T.I.

"You know, he never called me to apologize", West said, explaining that Obama had met him and his mother before being elected president. "I don't agree with that at all". "Old Kanye" on the header and "We Miss You" on the bottom.

West's comparison to Tubman and Turner came hours after he sparked controversy by suggesting on "TMZ Live" that slavery sounds "like a choice" to him. And the problem is, the stuff that comes in his head, when it comes out of his mouth and makes it to the air, it's totally different than it was in his head. "The only thing I can think of when he said that "slavery was a choice".[is that it's] choice of white people".

"I just love Trump, that's my boy!" "'It's like we did [with] the word 'n***a.' We took the power from the word, and now we use the word as our own'". The show's title references the movie, "The Matrix", in which "taking the red pill" means waking up to the brutal reality of life. "'Maybe you wanting me to take it off and them wanting me to take it off, is enough to bring us together'". Bro, you gotta be responsible, man. "And I don't like talking about going against my community, but that is harmful". "I've invested too much time". #IfSlaveryWasAChoice was the No. 1 trend on Twitter last night, and Kanye's comments were dissected throughout the evening by cable news networks, political pundits, and shell-shocked fans alike.

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