“When you hear about slavery for 400 years … for 400 years? That sounds like a choice,” Kanye West shared on TMZ.
Kanye West is at it again with his crazy antics, but this has just gone too far. Here is the latest from Twitter on this matter.
— Aundre' Raashad 👑 (@AundreRaashad) May 2, 2018
Kanye West says stop talking about slavery, we should put Michael Jordan on the $20 bill instead of Harriet Tubman, and that Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. are "not relatable." pic.twitter.com/peLlNp996T
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) May 2, 2018
General lesson we can take from Donald Trump and Kanye West: If someone repeatedly tells you they're the greatest in the world, there's a good chance they're just self-promoting jackasses.
— John Iadarola (@johniadarola) May 2, 2018
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) May 2, 2018
Someone really needs to stop Kanye from tweeting these fake quotes that never existed. Very Trumpish and it is dangerous because dumb people believe and racist people don't care if it is true or false. Quote has been used by racist people for decades it is entirely made up. https://t.co/0gMEi7YXC0
— Robert Littal (@BSO) May 2, 2018
All you had to do was text STOP to 1863 https://t.co/viQ48pG9QM
— Courtney. (@iDreamOfCece) May 1, 2018
There also seems to be a new trending hashtag called “#SlaveryWasAChoice” poking fun of the comments by West.
“hey girl can you get my picking shift in the field this friday?”
— xya (@xyarachel) May 2, 2018
— Charles J. Moore (@charles270) May 2, 2018
Massa: “Get Back Out there and work boy”
— Tyler Does (@tylerchronicles) May 2, 2018
— Brandon Jones (@follow_the_jo) May 2, 2018
— Dionne Grant (@DionneGrant) May 2, 2018
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