Kanye West is back in the spotlight, along with his bizarre tweets and questionable interviews. The rapper has been under fire since his TMZ Live appearance earlier this week. A live interview which he made the statement that 400 years of slavery sounded like a “choice.” However, lots fans and celebrities have not been shy with their opinions and thoughts. Many not going in favor of Kanye West.
Snoop Dogg Declares “The New Kanye West” Is White
Snoop Dogg is the latest celebrity to weigh in on Kanye West’s controversial week. The rapper decided to show his Instagram followers how Photoshop works. Snoop Dogg shared an edited photo of Kanye West as a white man, complete with a goatee. Furthermore, he wrote on the caption, “The new. Kanye well allwhite now way to go dude.”
The same photo was shared by 50 Cent, a few hours later. However, shared with a different caption which reads, “Slavery was a choice, get the strap. #power #theoath.” He also went on to add an angry emoji to show its full effect. Though it is still unclear if Kanye West finds the photoshopped photo of himself to be cool. We can only expect he wouldn’t.
“We need a break”
Is it that bad? However, not only fans and celebrities have shown their dislikes for the new Kanye West, radio stations now are voicing out. A Detroit Radio Station Has Stopped Playing Kanye West Songs Over the Rapper’s Slavery Comments. The rapper’s controversial comments about slavery have cost him airtime on the Detroit hip-hop radio station. Following an “overwhelming” response by listeners, two radio hosts at 105.1FM ‘The Bounce’ revealed that they would stop playing songs Kanye West had written or produced. The ban of the 21-time Grammy Award-winner has since been applied to the entire station, which plays classic hip-hop and R&B.
On Wednesday, the radio’s hosts, BIGG and Shay Shay wrote on Facebook: “We feel like Kanye has gone too far with his latest statement declaring that ‘slavery was a choice,’ So we are taking a stand and we aren’t playing his music anymore; we just are refusing to give him a platform,” they said, with eh hashtag #MuteKanye.