400 years and it's all of y'all?'
"And really, ever since the Taylor Swift moment, it just, it never, it never had been the same, the connection with radio".
"People were taught how to think, we're taught how to feel". Dillinger shared a screenshot of the vid on Instagram, and the former boyfriend of Kim Kardashian commented, "u krazy kuzin! let me know what we doin!" We don't know how to feel for ourselves.
"As soon as I was 45 minutes late, I felt it was the fashion community getting the right to say n***** without saying it", he said.
Nevertheless, 40-year-old West insisted Tuesday, "Trump is one of rap's favorite people".
West later adds, "Half the s-- Trump does, I don't agree with", to which T.I. counters: "What half do you agree with?"
He enraged many fellow artists - but was embraced by conservative commentators - as he praised Trump, who has since cited the rapper's words as evidence of minority support.
Not everyone in the TMZ newsroom was thrilled with West's appearance.
When pressed at what part he agrees with, West did not elaborate but said that the President winning was inspiring to him. "I understand they was going through some things, but if it's family, you're not gonna miss a wedding".
"I don't want to seem ungrateful, I just think that if in fact this conversion to love is genuine on your part... then it's inappropriate to drag the negativity of the past with it".
'You're entitled to your opinion. You're entitled to believe whatever you want. We have to deal with the marginalization of the 400 years of slavery that you said, for our people, was a choice. "But there is fact and real-life, real world outcome behind everything you just said".