Kanye West calls 400 years of slavery a choice

President Donald Trump stoked his budding bromance with Kanye West in a speech to the National Rifle Association on Friday, in which he credited the musician with helping him win over African-American voters.

Shehu Sani, a Nigerian senator, criticised Kanye's comments, saying the musician's statements on the historic slave trade and its dark legacy was a slight on its victims.

Noah said he normally wouldn't care about what West says, but he is upset now because "now every member of the Tiki Torch Club is going to use Kanye's words to justify their hate".

West spawned a lot of backlash earlier this week when he told TMZ founder Harvey Levin that slavery - in his view - seemed to be "a choice".

"When you hear about slavery for 400 years ... for 400 years". He continued "You were there for 400 years and it's all of y'all". But as soon as we here more we will keep you updated.

On Twitter, #MuteKAnye and #BanKanyeWest are quickly spreading as people separate themselves from everything related to West. "We're the human race". This has made them come to the ultimate decision to ban any music from West from their station. We are over it.

Now momager and in-law to Kanye, Kris Jenner, has appeared on The Ellen Show to talk about whether he "is ok". "I don't want to play his music; I don't want to hear him on our show", Shay Shay said. This could potentially be the Kanye-read of the year.

You can listen to their discussion in the embedded post above.

"They cut out our tongues so we couldn't communicate to each other", West wrote.

The station has not announced when it will be tallying the votes. I ask all concerned and bothered hip-hop consumers to boycott Adidas, Def Jam, Kanye West music, fashion, merchandise and shows until his weirdo episodes are nonexistent and West brings the old Kanye back.

T.I. sat down with NY radio hosts "The Breakfast Club" and talk turned to West.

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