“Nobody Gets More Hate Than Straight White Men” – Kanye

Media Take Out Staff |

Kanye West continues to spiral down a dangerous rabbit hole – with each day his rhetoric sounding like a White supremacist. And his fan base is growing because of it.

Ye started his journey into anti-Blackness three years ago, when he went on TMZ Live, and told the audience that Black people “chose” to be slaves.

While what Kanye is saying sounds ridiculous, Media Take Out uncovered that it’s exactly what many ardent White supremacists believe. According to the Anti Defamation League, many White supremacists believe that Europeans should be absolved of wrongdoing in connection with the trans-Atlantic slave trade, because most slaves “wanted” to be slaves.

Sounds exactly like what Kanye said.

Another core belief of the most vile White supremacists, is that racism no longer exists – and to the extent that it does exist, it’s WHITE people that suffer from racism, inflicted upon them by Blacks and Jews.

Kanye now seems to have adopted that ideology also. Listen to what he told Piers Morgan:

Kanye West’s increasingly dangerous racial ideology is finally causing backlash across corporate America. Ye has lost most of his endorsement deals, and the value if his Yeezy brand has plummeted.

West’s outspoken views and life outside of music have received significant media coverage. He has been a frequent source of controversy for his conduct on social media and at awards shows and public settings, as well as his comments on the music and fashion industries, U.S. politics, race, and slavery. His Christian faith, high-profile marriage to Kim Kardashian, and mental health have also been sources of media attention.

As a fashion designer, he has collaborated with Nike, Louis Vuitton, The Gap, and A.P.C. on clothing and footwear and leads the Yeezy collaboration with Adidas. He is also the founder and head of the creative content company Donda and due to become the owner of the social media platform Parler. In 2020, he launched an unsuccessful independent presidential campaign that primarily advocated for a consistent life ethic.

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