A Detroit radio station is boycotting Kanye West's music after the rapper said in a TMZ interview that slavery was "a choice."
The TMZ interview. "When you hear about slavery for 400 years. For 400 years? That sounds like a choice," West said during a TMZ interview on Tuesday. This
Boycott. Detroit's 105.1 "The Bounce" station announced Thursday they "
TMZ producer @VanLathan spoke for all of us when he told Kanye he was dissapointed.— Shanté Cosme (@ShanteCosme) May 2, 2018
Here's why he spoke up—and why he won't listen to Kanye's new album: https://t.co/EJCi7b7pwj pic.twitter.com/n9Gf6Phvo2
Esquire editor Dave Holmes identified boycott as the proper response.
Paying attention to Kanye West? That feels like a choice.— Dave Holmes (@DaveHolmes) May 1, 2018
Rapper Malikai asked liberals whether plan on boycotting West and wife Kim Kardashian like they did H&M after the clothing chain released racist hoodie ads, "or is White Supremacist with black skin off limits?"
Are yall gonna Boycott Kim Kardashian and Kanye— Malikai (@MALIKAI) May 1, 2018
Like H & M ?
Or is White Supremacist with black skin off limits ?
But other opportunities are coming West's way.