Kanye West Stirs Up TMZ Newsroom Over Trump, Slavery, Free Thought

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Kanye West has rubbed nearly everyone the wrong way with his pro-trump tweets and his recent "slavery was a choice" comments.

Multiple sources told Us on Wednesday, May 2, that the couple are paying the legal bills for Alice Johnson, a 62-year-old woman who is now serving a life sentence in prison on a nonviolent drug conviction.

Lathan's impassioned response became viral internet history - almost 1.2 million people viewed his take-down of West on Twitter.

He said Adidas would look into whether West violated any codes of conduct with his remarks.

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Legend went out of his way to have a genuine conversation with West about his public image without making any attacks on Kanye himself.

And, while Yeezy may be the co-author of "Thank You and You're Welcome", he previously said that he typically stays away from books - especially those of the fictional variety.

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"You're entitled to believe whatever you want, but there is fact and real-world, real-life outcome behind everything that you just said", he added as the star stood still stroking his chin. "That sounds like a choice", West said Tuesday before later tweeting a probably-apocryphal quote attributed to Harriet Tubman. It was Lathan who challenged West by responding, "I actually don't think you're thinking anything". He said West has even less impact on clothing sales at the company. I do not feel it was malicious.

"And my grandmother's grandma who was a slave". For his more liberal fans and followers, it's been a disappointing turn.

Donald Trump and Kanye West have embarked on a Twitter bromance for the ages. His comments supporting Trump came after a series of similar tweets last week, during which West posted a picture of a red "Make America Great Again" hat signed by Trump. "It's like we're mentally in prison".

The Black Eyed Peas member called West's statement "ignorant" and questioned how he could say such things about his ancestors.

It is important that we use this situation as an opportunity to educate ourselves on mental health in the African American community and address how trauma alters the brain, and can increase the likelihood of someone developing a mental illness. While he doesn't mention who exactly he's talking about, but one could definitely make some educated guesses.

Still, the TMZ producer doesn't think the recent controversies will hurt West's career. So is buying his music and clothing. But don't count Lathan among those looking forward to any new albums from West.

"I think we kinda got to see it through, man".

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