'Good For Him': Fox & Friends praises Kanye West for TMZ meltdown

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Mr West appeared on TMZ on Monday, US time, where he said: "You hear about slavery for 400 years, for 400 years, that sounds like a choice".

It seems as though Kanye West can not stay away from criticism, with thousands of fans showing their disapproval for his decision to support Donald Trump and recent political tweets, with the latest being him saying 400 years of slavery was a choice by slaves.

Currently, people are going in on the father of three and rapper for a comment he made regarding slavery in an interview with TMZ. "It's like we're mentally imprisoned".

After another controversial week in the world of Kanye West, the rapper's recent collaborator T.I.is opening up about "Ye vs".

"If you love hip-hop, if you love this culture, then there's no possible way that you don't have love for Kanye West, right?" "You were there for 400 years and it's all of y'all".

"FaceTiming the plantation next door to see 'who all over there, '" one person tweeted.

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"I disagree with it emphatically, you dig what I'm saying?"

The civil rights group NAACP said in a Twitter response addressed to West, "There is a lot of misinformation out there and we are happy to provide insight".

Tip asked what was going on the with recent incendiary remarks and Kanye replied, "I just felt free to think whatever it is my mind leads me to think without some monolithic view of what society what's me to think".

"You know, he never called me to apologize", West said, explaining that Obama had met him and his mother before being elected president.

In response to the public outcry, United States artist and social activist Will.i.am appeared on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday and labelled Mr West's comments about slavery as "ignorant". And the reason why I feel like that is because, Kanye, you're entitled to your opinion. After validating West's right to offer up an opinion, Lathan noted that there are "real-world, real-life outcome behind everything that you just said".

"Frankly, I'm disappointed, I'm appalled, and brother, I am unbelievably hurt by the fact that you have morphed into something to me, that's not real". Responding to a tweet from NY radio host Angie Martinez, Lathan wrote: "Thanks for the repost Icon".