Justin Bieber offers Kanye West 'love' following slavery remarks

Share

YouTube/MTVKanye West receives Video Vanguard award at 2015 Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California on Sunday August 30, 2015.

Hosts Shay Shay and BiGG have announced that they will be boycotting West's songs on their show.

"We are over it".

"I don't want Kanye speaking for my people", said one caller from Detroit. And I think that anything he does - and I just think this is important to say is - he always does things with really good intentions.

Kanye West is facing enormous criticism following his remarks during an interview with TMZ live this week in Los Angeles, where he said the slave trade was a "choice".

"When you hear about slavery for 400 years ..." You was there for 400 years and it's all of y'all?

"So prison", West explained, "is something that unites us as one race, blacks and whites being one race".

What is the radio station saying in response?

NBA Issues Warning to Drake Over "Bad Language"
The pair exchanged words as the Raptors and Cavaliers headed to the tunnels at halftime. Perkins was added to the Cavs playoffs roster but has not played.

On Wednesday, Ebro Darden, DJ at WQHT-FM in New York City, told CNN's Don Lemon that the rapper simply doesn't know history, and suggested that West's comments were worse than ignorant.

West's music is not only banned from their morning show, but from the entire station as well.

"You don't have to agree with trump [sic] but the mob can't make me not love him. It hurts me", she said.

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.

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.

He said West's answer was simple. Rorsted said that these items bring in limited revenues for the company, but West offers considerable "brand heat" for the business at large. After seeing the media outcry, West insisted he was being "attacked for presenting new ideas" and called his comment "just an idea".

Along with T.I., John Legend, The Game and 50 Cent, Snoop hasn't been shy about airing his views on Kanye - the rapper recently compared him to the main character in "Get Out".

Share