Monday, April 23, 2018

Kanye West Reacts to Candace Owens Backlash


Over the weekend Kanye West alienated a large segment of his fanbase by promoting Donald Trump supporter Candace Owens [click here if you missed that].

Kanye stands his ground while reacting to the backlash...











28 comments:

Miiss Pee said...

#FuckKanyeAndCandace

GG said...

^whatchoo said

Anonymous said...

Notice no tweets from Kim cuz she stay on his account! #LIES

Anonymous said...

I will be disgusted at anyone who buys this misguided man's album... Let him peddle it to the Candace Owens and ultra right community and see if they buy it

Anonymous said...

O.K. Kanye,

Keep On Talking About Your Wife & In-Laws In A Negative Light & Your Ass Is Going To Get Chained Right Back Up To That Radiator In The Basement And Resurface With Ombre Rainbow Colored Hair & Purple Eye Contact Lenses.

Anonymous said...

Sir, you can think and believe whatever you'd like but be prepared for others who decide to oppose those views.

He can't possibly believe that he can say and do whatever he likes without consequences. We live in a society of free will and that belongs to everyone and not just Kanye.

Be well nigga.

Anonymous said...

1:15- you know what, I sense this is the koven trying to hide themselves & "the agenda" behind Kanye's Twitter. The first one was bullshit; and these, although sounding more "kanyesque", are still suspect as hell.

There is no way in hell Kanye West did this much of a 180. Esp. after that concert rant. The real one exposes truth. What kind of dissonant bullshit is this?

I don't believe any of this. Trying to slowly spoon feed us this disastrous Kardashian handled Klone...GTFOHWTBS Kris & Kim. Shame on you COREY.

Anonymous said...

Sounds Like He Is Sending Out Subliminal Messages To The Kardashians...On The Low..Low...Sneaking On His I-Pad.

Anonymous said...

I went to high school with a Candace and a Kanye.

The Kanye vacillated between wanting Black empowerment in the face of almost constant discrimination of the Black students and currying favor with white students.

He killed himself sophomore year of college.

The Candace loved being the white girl's mascot. We all had friends of different races, but she went out of her way to suck up to white teachers who were known bigots and hang out with ugly racists white girls.

Those same white girls excluded her from their post-prom trip to Great Adventure and after she balked when they spit on her hair brush in the lunch room.

She now has three kids by and Fentenyl addict white guy and lives with his mother.

The Sunken Place is real.

Anonymous said...

^^^^
*Subliminal Messages About The Kardashians.

Anonymous said...

I never rated this faggot. Faked black consciousness early on in career to suck folk in. After blowing up wants to be champion of all things non-black.
White supremacist boot licking filth.

Anonymous said...

@ 2nd 1:33 Not surprised in the least.

Anonymous said...

Damn 1:33. What a cautionary tale.

Bottom-feeding Hollywood here is one true & (god forbid) actual original & compelling story outline for FREE on a blog. I cannot endure a full feature of "The Jeffersons". Prove you are better.

Wonder why you suck & people are leaving in droves for the internet? No diversity, hence, very few good story ideas. Racism is becoming expensive. LOL.

Anonymous said...

People like Candace enjoy freedom that was paid for by people that marched and were attacked by police dogs, spat on at lunch counters etc. That's what upsets me.

Anonymous said...

Just saw Azealia Banks post. She said everything I was trying to say at 1:59

Anonymous said...

1:59 No what should affect you is our parents and grandparents marched, died, and suffered for us and just what the fuck are we doing with those sacrifices. The problem with our community is just like Dems and Republicans. On one extreme side, you got people that says everything thats blacks go through are SOLEY because of the poor decisions and actions of black people and on the other side you got people blaming all the ails and troubles in the black community on the white man.

Both of the views are old and played the fuck out and haven't gotten us any closer to the level we need to be on. If you wanna blame your hard life on the white man then you probably lazy as fuck with no ambition and just looking for an excuse to do nothing in life. If you wanna say blacks are the reason for their own strife, then you fool and are either blind to the systematic, economic, judicial, and mental racism and predjustice that STILL goes on in this country.

The way to be is in the middle. You work, you grind, you uplift your community. Hold ourselves accountable cause the white man aint the one killing us every fucking day....men women and kids...WE ARE. We need to raise as much hell about black on black violence as we do when the white man does it. Teach our youth better routes that will help ensure future success and stability and not to depend on gov. assistance they whole lives. Candice regardless of her loyalities, made SOME good points but trying to apply that to ALL black people is her fuck up. But we can take the elements of what she said and USE those as tools to inform and educate our communities. EXPLOIT THEM LIKE THEY EXPLOIT US but some of us are too damn narrow minded to see that.

Anonymous said...

2:31 I appreciate some of the sentiment, but to speak in such monolithic terms is kind of specious. No group is perfect, so look at the bigger picture of why Black people are marginalized and demonized in America.

I believe who spoke yesterday on another thread and I asked if you could get out of your feelings long enough to come up with actual solutions, not just spew white supremacists rhetoric on the alleged foibles of Black people.

Black people have always been cast as the proverbial "whipping boy" and odd group out when resources are finite. White pseudo-elites who don't have the seat at the table they think they do cast Black people in the villain role as a distraction.

I agree that some Black people fall into the roll too easily, but there are tons of others like James Shaw Jr. who see problems and think of solutions.

We need people with solutions, not just angry people spewing venom. Peace.

Anonymous said...

My dad been working with at risk youth since I been kid. I've watched my Dad start a boy scout troup, hold work shops at the church from everything, to college applications, dinner/restaurant etiquette, civil rights stories recalled by those that were there, etc etc. I also seen the resistance given by so called members of our own community because they didn't think of it. At 65 he has an organization (VICK-I) made for preventing black youth violence in Middle GA. At 36, I have assisted him and done my own projects geared for educating and uplifting our youth. Been doing so for the last 20 years. If you talk to older blacks, the ones that really been in the dirt, they have some views that are in a similar stance as Candice, my Dad included. Guess that makes them coons because they came up dirt poor, bathroom outside, and living in middle GA in the 1940's dealing with deranged racist crackers, to keep pushing, to keep climbing and believe WITH ALL THE OPPORTUNITIES blacks have today, that there are blacks that dont take advantage. I can be a critic of my people same as my own family. Because I put in the work to uplift them as well and I still do. I learned that from a real black man, my Dad. Most on here just typing but other than commenting, ask yourselves just what the fuck are you really doing for the cause?

Anonymous said...

And ima keep running my mouth on these subjects cause based off most of the comments. Same bullshit close minded, nothing is our fault shit. And that flawed mentality is getting us nowhere

Anonymous said...

2:51 those 2 above are mine. You say solutions but lol did you not read my comment? Those are solutions in those. But I think instead of doing a self check and looking in the mirror, maybe some people would rather attempt to cast me off as some angry misguided guy. That's cool cause nobody on here knows my life and what Im about and vice versa. So i'll continue to do what I do and that's try to get this youth in best shape possible for the real world. I told a group of boys from juve this a few months ago...."I've heard some of your stories and they are hard to hear...what I am telling you that when you make a decision towards crime and get caught and you standing in that court room, Ill tell you the hard truth....the court don't care if your daddy wasn't there, the judge don't care that you all grew up poor, your brother was in a gang, your mother was an addict, etc. These people don't care and it's sad cause they should...but that's not how this world works...that's why education is important, that's why accountability is important, that's why smart decisions is important. When you're at the mercy of these people, you put your life in the hands of people that alot of times dont care..."

Anonymous said...

I've figured it out: Candace and Kayne are desperate for approval...any approval they can get from anyone.

Kanye's clothing line and new shoes were met with indifference by the garment indutry buyers and the public, and Candace seems like the type who never really had guys checking for her (white or black.) Both seem bitter as hell and frankly, this is the most attention Kanye has gotten in a while. This is a dangerous long con.

Anonymous said...

Kim reads the blogs after all she has no job and the streets Been talking...

Anonymous said...

I was with you till

"Black on black violence"/ crime

Ain't no such a thing.....

Blacks in America need to stop allowing the media to paint them with a broad brush. And start embracing your culture because we do have one. You all just don't accept it till it's being used by another race.

Enjoy your chicken and watermelon.
Enjoy your loud music and big butts to dance to it and lips to sing it loud.

And if you see the things I mentioned as wrong then you are part of the problem.


Felicia said...

Nigga explain that Yeezy collection!!!

Just an observation said...

This is NOT the same Kanye West that said Bush doesn't like black people. So, anything he says (tweets) doesn't surprise me.

✿✿Dotty✿✿ said...

The same man who got on stage and ranted about the Jayz/Bey/Blue Ivy non-playdates. Same guy who wants to write a book on philosophy :-|

Anonymous said...

Anyone who entertains this Coon is a coon themself....

Anonymous said...

@10:27 - #freekanyewest #nomoresunkenplacenegroes

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