Kanye West says 'slavery was a choice' for Black people

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As for any advice for Kanye to protect himself on the heels of the threat, The Game says he should look to his new "brother" (Trump) for help.

"Me putting the hat on forces an evolution", he said. "I really want to take that hurt off of them and let them understand that I did not wear that hat to hurt them".

Another tweet by West showed a picture of an autographed "Make America Great Again" hat. Y'know, there'll be mistakes, there'll be flaws the way I communicate today, because we're human beings, we're flawed. It takes its main phrase from West's September 2005 appearance on NBC in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in which the rapper said "George Bush doesn't care about black people". One week after going on a ridiculous rant and siding with Donald Trump, Kanye proved that he has issues that are deeper than anyone could imagine.

Then, Kanye offered his thoughts on slavery. Like, people - we're taught how to think. "I'm just saying exactly what I feel out of love".

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West also recently appeared in a behind-the-scenes video posted to his YouTube account in which he explains his support for Trump to rapper T.I. TMZ reporter Van Lathan shot back at West, expressing his disappointment in his recent comments, sparking a debate with him across the office.

"I went to Paris on that trip to protect her but not protect her physically but to just help her with her [outfits]", he explained. "Kanye, you're entitled to your opinion... but there is fact and real life, real-world effect behind everything you just said".

His closed his recently reopened Twitter account almost a year ago, he said, because, "I didn't have a lot to say". We have to deal with the marginalisation that's come from the 400 years of slavery that you said for our people was a choice. "But there is fact and real-life, real world effect behind everything you just said".