Kanye West compares himself to Harriet Tubman, Nat Turner after slavery remarks

Kanye West compares himself to Harriet Tubman, Nat Turner after slavery remarks

Kanye West compares himself to Harriet Tubman, Nat Turner after slavery remarks

"[We] don't want to hear Kanye's music, we don't want to play Kanye on our show, we don't want to talk about Kanye anymore", said the DJs.

"She's figuring it out just one day at a time and she's just the best mom already and that baby is so cute, little True", she said.

Jenner joked about her famous family to DeGeneres on Friday. With the way public opinion is shifting in terms of Kanye West, there's a pretty good chance that his drama is going to start becoming her drama and affecting her popularity.

The "Everything" lyricist took to his Instagram Wednesday (May 2), posting a picture created by the liberal think tank, Occupy Democrats of Yeezy's notorious MAGA photo, which read "Kanye West says slavery was a choice".

"At the end of the day, we all got lucky and got plucked out of our hoods and live these incredible lives", she continued.

"Man, my subconscious spoke to my conscious and it just moved me to wear the hat", T.I. quoted West saying. But there is fact and real-world, real-life effect behind everything that you just said. News that the couple's relationship is not affected by all the controversies surrounding the rapper, and the reality star continues to love and support him no matter what.

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"I'm happy it happened".

"You're making his point for him, genius", wrote one user.

"Kanye has a lot of love for all of you, all of his fans, and everybody who's been there to support him forever", Jenner said, addressing the topic delicately. "And, I feel that something he does - and I simply suppose that is essential to say is - he all the time does issues with actually good intentions".

He said: 'You hear about slavery for 400 years.

The rapper has received fierce backlash globally following his appearance on U.S. media house TMZ for stating, "When you hear about slavery for 400 years, for 400 years, that sounds like a choice". "Like when you need to go to Starbucks or you need a little something from the post office".

"It's going to be unscripted, unfiltered, blunt", Scott said. What are you doing? I like the word prison because slavery goes too direct to the idea of blacks.

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