Smith Rips Kanye West On Slavery Comment

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Hosts Shay Shay and BiGG of 105.1 the Morning Bounce in Detroit made a decision to ban all of West's music, even though he is one of the most prominently featured artists on their show.

West, 40, was taking part in TMZ Live inside the USA outlet's offices where he also revealed he had been addicted to opioids which led to him being treated in hospital in 2016 after having liposuction.

On Tuesday, West also sparked widespread fury after suggesting that black people's centuries of slavery sounded more like a "choice". Shortly after he defended and showed support to President Donald Trump, he went on record and said that slavery was a choice. You was there for 400 years and it's all of y'all?

A Nigerian senator has invited American rapper Kanye West to visit slave ports in Africa for an education on the slave trade.

What is the radio station saying in response?

BiGG told Detroit News the boycott of West's work was initially discussed only for his - BiGG's - show, but the program director, John Candelaria, approved it for the whole station.

"We don't want to hear Kanye's music, we don't want to play Kanye on our show, we don't want to talk about Kanye anymore", the post read.

Kanye West has angered a lot of people with his Twitter rants, but fellow rapper not willing to turn his back on him.

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The source added: "Kim is trying to be a supportive wife ... but it is hard".

A source told E!

The Be rapper still has love for his frequent collaborator. Dex seems to be among those who are trying to get into the spotlight by calling out West. According to Kardashian, he was just being expressive about his opinions.

He said West's answer was simple.

On the other hand, Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted opted not to comment on his slavery remarks during an interview with Bloomberg. "No, we've come a long way".

Speaking on "Good Morning Britain" on Wednesday (02.04.18), Will, 43, said: "That broke my heart, because I thought about my grandma, who was born in 1920, and her connection with her mom who raised her, who was born in the late 1800s".

The whole incident reminds me of the great divide in the black community.