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Shocker!! Kanye West Says Slavery Should Be Legal Again And Social Media Loses Its Mind!


It seems like the rapper is starting drama after drama! Following his awkward post-SNL speechduring which he defended his choice to support Donald Trump, he took to his platform of choice to say the 13th Amendment should be abolished!

Excuse me?! Considering the fact that the said amendment bans slavery, you can imagine how everyone online reacted!


It seems like the rapper is starting drama after drama! Following his awkward post-SNL speechduring which he defended his choice to support Donald Trump, he took to his platform of choice to say the 13th Amendment should be abolished!

Excuse me?! Considering the fact that the said amendment bans slavery, you can imagine how everyone online reacted!

This is not even the first time the controversial star says something very questionable about slavery.


On his Twitter platform, Kanye, now known as simply Ye, showed off his Make America Great Again cap in a photo and the caption was just outrageous!

‘This [the MAGA cap] represents good and America becoming whole again. We will no longer outsource to any other countries. We build factories here and create jobs. We’ll provide jobs for all who are free from prisons as we abolish the 13th amendment.’

As always, West insists that he advocates for love but it totally seems like he wants to rid of that one Amendment that makes slavery illegal.


‘Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction,’ the law states.

Soon, many social media users took to Twitter to react to the statement Kanye made and as you can imagine, everyone is outraged!


‘Kanye West, who said slavery was a choice, just called for the abolition of the 13th amendment,’ someone commented.

‘This is just terribly sad. The college dropout Kanye used to inspire young black men, myself included, and now he’s embracing a President that hates them,’ another user tweeted.

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