History Professor Just Destroyed Kanye West’s Claims That Slavery Was A ‘Choice’ & I Couldn’t Agree More

Slavery was never a choice.

But Kanye West seems to think that it was. Then again, according to many things that he has said before, he also believes that he is the best rapper this world has seen which is up for debate.

However, just like his other half Kim Kardashian, Kanye West also loves to stir up controversy now and again probably to always keep himself relevant in the news. Although this time, he might have gone too far.

While Kanye was interviewing with TMZ, he went on a whole rant claiming that “slavery was a choice.” You can probably see why so many people around the world were offended by his choice of words.

“When you hear about slavery for 400 years, for 400 years? That sound like a choice.”

Excuse me while I grab my jaw off the floor. I mean, does he ever think before actually talking? Because he just took it to a whole new level this time. Thankfully there was a history professor to school him this time.

It turns out, Kanye isn’t the only one to think of slavery as a choice.

Right, because these young men know so much, right?

So these people should probably research a bit before talking about matters they don’t know about.

Because they only sound ignorant by talking about such matters.

It’s easy to talk about it than actually living it.

I am gonna have to say a big ‘No’ to that.

A very strong culture indeed!

And it was a long hard road to freedom.

Yet so many people do this.

Twitter users were quite supportive of her whole thread.

And her thread resonated quite a lot with many people.

Thank you indeed for shining a light on this problem.

She did hit the nail on the head.

Hopefully, many more people will read this and learn all that’s wrong with people like Kanye West.

What are your thoughts on what Kanye West said? Do you think it was an honest mistake or did he really mean it? Comment on below and let us know.

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