Kanye West's Music Banned From Detroit Radio Station

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He said, "When you hear about slavery for 400 years. That sounds like a choice'". West was speaking at the TMZ offices this past Tuesday for part of the "TMZ Live" show.

A hip-hop radio station in Detroit announced that it is pulling Kanye West music off airwaves after his comments about slavery earlier this week, The Washington Post reports. Like, you was there for 400 years and it's all y'all? "You would have to show me how that would all work out", said Jenner. "Like, you were there for 400 years and it's all of you all? We're mentally imprisoned", said West.

"Kanye will always be a friend of mine and although I might not necessarily agree with his views on certain topics, that is what separate us as individuals". West later asked TMZ employees.

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Along with the post, West said, "This is where a YEEZY study for base layer starts, I'm so excited about our new design team".

The insider added that while Kris' daughters listen to her and trust her advice, Kanye does not. But will people be willing to forgive him after some of the stuff he's said?

Lathan continued: "But there is fact, and real-world, real-life effect behind everything that you just said". I thought it was hurtful. Social media users, also West's fans, were appalled, commenting and doubting their loyalty to the fashion house. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign. Also (I can't believe I have to say this): "Slavery was far from a choice".

"No, Kanye, slavery is not a choice".

"He's a free thinker, is that not allowed in America?" she wrote. "He is a free moron who doesn't read". "I hope and pray he can get it collectively".

"They cut out our tongues so we couldn't communicate to each other". "I will not allow my tongue to be cut". In addition, Shay Shay and BiGG haven't said how long the ban will last.

Donald Trump has credited the rapper with doubling his African-American approval rating, saying: "Kanye West must have some power!"

The fallout from Mr. West's public "love" for the commander in chief's "dragon energy" continued on Thursday with a racially charged Instagram message for his 23 million followers.

"He is my brother. I'm not saying his opinion is wrong - I'm saying I disagree with it".

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