Lana Del Rey tears Kanye West apart for latest tweet

President Donald Trump Tweetstorm – The Sunday Edition

‘Avengers’ Star Chris Evans Berates Kanye West For Saying The 13th Amendment ‘Is Slavery In Disguise’

As the musical guest West closed the show but then invited the cast to come back out for the speech.

The audience reportedly booed West twice, and "the entire studio fell dead silent", said an eyewitness. "You've heard that? So I can't say that Lincoln was Black or white". At another, he moves rapidly from topic to topic.

You can see two videos below. Okay, Im'a listen to y'all now.

West, wearing his red MAGA hat, listened as Levin ticked off Trump's actions, such as criticizing the intelligence of Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., CNN anchor Don Lemon, basketball star LeBron James and former president Barack Obama.

"I did my part in the monologue and got to watch the circus unfold", he said. "I don't know if that's the moment necessarily to hold people hostage like that", Thompson continued.

Shortly after his speech, West uploaded a photo of himself wearing a Make America Great Again hat to Instagram-something he's worn before-and gave another statement in support of Trump. We build factories here in America and create jobs. He eventually got around to saying that he meant to say that we should "amend" the 13th amendment as opposed to abolishing it, focusing on the aspect of the 13th amendment that allows prison labor to be akin to slave labor.

He backpedaled and revised his tweet-twice, according to Newsweek.

Three days later, he's appeared on Saturday Night Live and called for the abolition of the 13th Amendment of the US Constitution, which ended slavery - but the album has yet to materialise.

West also said he hoped to set up a meeting between President Trump and Colin Kapernick, who was the first NFL player to protest against racial injustice and police brutality by kneeling during the USA national anthem.

Finally, West clarified he wants the 13th amendment "amended", not outright "abolished". Attached to the image were words supporting his president and the apparent abolishment of the 13th Amendment.

Kanye West took his political rhetoric to a whole other level on Sunday (September 30) when he proclaimed he wanted to abolish the 13th amendment.

"Cause you're not speaking for anyone else up in here".

The Chicago rapper, who now wants to be known as YE, has publicly supported President Donald Trump and also suggested that he wants to alter the United States constitution's 13th amendment, outlawing slavery.

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