Kanye West Clarifies The Slavery Of The Posture And Pings J. Cole & Big Sean

HipHop News Posted on May 1, 2018 at 11:08am

Kanye West Clarifies The Slavery Of The Posture And Pings J. Cole & Big Sean

"Of course I know that the slaves did not get chained up and put on a boat by the free will."

Twitter – the social media madness that followed Kanye West's controversial interview with TMZ Live on Tuesday (May 1), 'Ye took to his preferred form of communication — Twitter — to defend your comment that 400 years of slavery was a "choice".

"We need to open discussions and ideas about unstable pain," he began. "to make myself clear. Of course, I know that the slaves did not get chained up and put on a boat by the free will."

we need to open discussions and ideas about unstable pain

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) May 1, 2018

to make myself clear. Of course, I know that the slaves did not get chained up and put on a boat by the free will

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) May 1, 2018

"My point is that we have been in that position even if the numbers were on our side means that we were mentally enslaved," he continued. "Kanye vs. the media is today, Willie [Lynch's] theory."

Kanye refers to assumptions of a Virginia slave owner Willie Lynch. In 1712, Lynch gave a speech about the control of slaves. During the speech, Lynch tells other slave masters had discovered how to control black slaves by pitting them against each other.

My point is that we have been in that position even if the numbers were on our side means that we were mentally enslaved

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) May 1, 2018

Kanye vs the media is today Willie Linch theory.

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) May 1, 2018

Ye added, "they hung up the most powerful in order to force fear on the other. they can't stop our voice. the Nat Turner movie never got anywhere, because it showed slaves revolting. I understand why my god-brother of Puff pastry calls to your network of rebellion."

hung the more powerful in order to force fear on the other.

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) May 1, 2018

they can't stop our voice.

— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) May 1, 2018

the Nat Turner movie never got anywhere, because it showed slaves rev

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