Kanye West has sparked controversy over his recent comments, with celebrities cutting ties with the singer by unfollowing him on social media over his support of US President Donald Trump. That sounds like a choice. That sound like a choice. The reason why I brought up the 400 years point is because we can't be mentally imprisoned for another 400 years. "It is so disrespectful, I can't understand how a black man that was born on the south side of Chicago could have these ideas". It's like slavery, Holocaust.
Another activist and TV host Marc Lamont Hill wrote: "There has never been a moment in history when Black people didn't resist slavery".
'So, prison is something that unites us as one race.
"Black people have a tendency to focus and march when a white person kills a black person or wears a hat, but when it's 700 kids being killed in Chicago it's okay".
"I actually don't think you're thinking anything", Lathan replied.
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"But there is fact and real world, real life outcome behind everything that you just said".
Lathan continued, "Frankly, I'm disappointed, I'm appalled, and brother-I am unbelievably hurt by the fact that you have morphed into something to me that isn't real". "And then driving to work on the opioids", West explained, saying the plastic surgery occurred in 2016 before his infamous breakdown, which led to the cancelation of his Life of Pablo tour.
Earlier he had shared a video interview, recorded on March 18, with United States radio DJ Charlamagne on Twitter, in which he was asked about having a "mental breakdown" in 2016. He cited stress, both personal and professional, including from when his wife, reality television star Kim Kardashian, was robbed at gunpoint in Paris that October and the lack of radio play for his album, The Life Of Pablo. In a series of tweets, he presented the not-uncommon argument that in order to move towards a completely equal society, we need to become post-racial or colourblind, and that the only way to do that is to stop talking about race.
"No matter how much I disagree, I can say this: I do not feel it was malicious", T.I. said.