Cyhi The Prince Addresses Kanye West’s Controversial ‘Slavery’ Feedback
Back in 2018, Kanye West became one of the most hated men in the United States for a moment after declaring that slavery must have been a “choice”. First of all, it should be noted that the rapper has had massive success in recent years, despite making massive contributions to culture in both music and fashion.
The straw that appears to have broken the camel’s back was his presidential campaign last year. Kanye began campaigning for the President of the United States back in July, though it clearly wasn’t enough time to be a serious contender at all.
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In addition, Kanye was repeatedly blown up in the media after it was revealed that he had never voted in key US states, adding to his chance of victory except for a tiny result.
Now it has been reported that he and his wife of nearly a decade, Kim Kardashian, have finally separated. While one person could make many comments on Kanye’s career, including his remarks, CyHi The Prince targeted his 2018 TMZ interview in which he said slavery was a “choice.”
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When Cyhi the Prince spoke to VladTV, he did his best to defend Kanye, claiming that if anyone tried to bring their parents into slavery it would not be just “Kumbaya”. The prince said Kanye viewed “his people” as warriors and that he must not understand how the Africans were taken as slaves.
The prince went on to say he couldn’t understand how someone like LeBron James, who is 6’9 years old, allows the Europeans to take him away. He added that at this point in history, the Europeans had just been defeated by the Black Plague and weren’t particularly strong.
The prince added that Europeans didn’t even have enough people to start a war, at least a real one. So how did they have the strength to take slaves? CyHi went on to say that Kanye must have looked much deeper than the history books stated.
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