We wonder if support from young women will skyrocket now that pop superstar Justin Bieber has thrown his support to Kanye West? Remember that black male support for Trump has doubled since Kanye came out in support of President Trump. It really is great to see different people coming out to support someone who is attempting to change the way the black community has been thinking for generations.
Pop superstar Justin Bieber offered “love” and support to Kanye West in the wake of the fallout over West’s comments about 400 years of slavery being a “choice.”
The message, sent to the “Mark My Word” singer’s 99 million Instagram followers, read, “Our job is to love, not to always agree,” and added, “Love you Kanye!”
West made his controversial comments on TMZ when he said, ‘When you hear about slavery for 400 years — for 400 years? That sounds like a choice. Like, you were there for 400 years and it’s all of y’all … It’s like we’re mentally in prison.”
During his interview with TMZ, Kanye West lamented the lack of black outrage over black-on-black crime in, for instance, a city like Chicago.
“Black people have a tendency to focus and march when a white person kills a black person or wears a hat, but when it’s 700 kids being killed in Chicago it’s O.K.,” the Grammy-winner told the room of TMZ reporters:
HE MAKES THE COMMENT AT THE 6 MINUTE MARK:
TMZ journalist Van Lathan accused West of lying, though he admitted that the people helping in such communities largely do so without any praise.
“There’s been more focus and more marches about whites killing blacks than kids in Chicago killing each other,” Kanye retorted. “Ninety percent of black people being killed are killed by other blacks.”
HOW CAN YOU NOT AGREE WITH WHAT HE’S SAYING NO MATTER YOUR POLITICAL AFFILIATION OR SKIN COLOR?
Turning Point USA’s Candace Owens, who has been praised by Kanye much to the Left’s horror, chimed in to inform Lathan that the superstar was in fact correct about black-on-black crime. “That’s a fact; black-on-black crime is a fact,” she said, noting that 90% of blacks killed are killed by other blacks.
Kanye attempted to end the altercation by giving Lathan a hug.
“I love you, bro,” he told the reporter. “I am sorry I hurt you with my words.”
He also suggested that instead of the black community continuously trashing President Donald Trump, they might want to “try love.” The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result, he noted.
There is no doubt that West was not talking about slavery being a choice for those who were physically enslaved at the time. He was obviously talking about people today still obsessed over something that disappeared 160 years ago, still held back by it, still mentally imprisoned by a long-dead institution.
Nevertheless, due to his ideological heresy in supporting Trump, West’s slavery comments are being twisted into a weapon to launch a blacklist against him, to personally destroy him. Again, Justin Bieber’s backing comes amid all this.
West has already been blacklisted by a Detroit radio station, a #MuteKanye hashtag has been organized to expand this blacklist, and a number of left-wing entertainers and media pundits have lashed out, including Dr. Phil, anti-Trump activist Brian Stelter, Will.i.am, and Questlove.