Justin Bieber offers Kanye West 'love' following slavery remarks

Justin Bieber offers Kanye West 'love' following slavery remarks

A Detroit radio station's hosts are boycotting rapper Kanye West's music after the vocally pro-Trump artist made controversial remarks about slavery. "That statement was one of the most ignorant statements that anybody that came from the hood could ever say about their ancestors, that slavery is a choice",, 43, said on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday, May 2. "I went from 11 to 22 in one week". "That's what America.should be about, people being able to express themselves". Kanye West graduated from music asset, to a flawless example of how fame and wealth can make you forget your blackness and corrupt your basic moral values...

On the campaign itself, Trump referred to his former manager Paul Manafort as "a nice guy" with whom he rarely interacted. "I don't want to play his music; I don't want to hear him on our show", Shay Shay said.

However, the "Stronger" musician later took to Twitter to say his comments had been misconstrued.

"I$3 n school we need to learn how magic Johnson built his business not always about the past", he said in another tweet, which was not deleted.

"They cut out our tongues so we couldn't communicate to each other", he said in another post.

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He also spoke about how the robbery of his wife Kim Kardashian West in Paris in 2016, during which she was held at gunpoint at a private residence, affected him.

Trump thanked West at the time with a quote-tweet, and also tweeted about the "Famous" singer two days later, crediting West with performing "a great service" to the black community.

After seeing Kanye West repeatedly co-sign Donald Trump and claim that slavery was a choice, Common still showed support for his friend and fellow collaborator. "You don't have to agree with trump but the mob can't make me not love him".

He said: "When you hear about slavery for 400 years. for 400 years?" While she would not respond directly to the more eyebrow-raising comments from 'Ye, she reiterated that she thinks his statements are coming from the right place.