Rapper T.I. Comes to Kanye West's Defense
I think most of us are in agreement that Kanye West has lately been straight trippin'. Along with a lot of his new found fans on the right. If they knew what "straight trippin' meant." Long story short, it's saying things like "400 years of slavery is a choice."
Whether it was taken out of context for not, Ye isn't running for president. Other people are free to engage in the knee-jerk defense. My interest in Kanye's alleged red-pilling is how he exposes the left's hatred whenever someone from a "marginalized" group goes off the DNC's script (see Rapper Threatens Violence Against Kanye West for Supporting Donald Trump and Hot 97 Blasts Kanye’s Right-Leaning Tweets: “Cooning for Cash”). He who thinks for himself must be dehumanized and destroyed.
Alternate option, go the T.I. route. T.I is Kanye's collaborator in Ye vs the People. Check it out:
No matter how much I disagree, I can say this. I do not feel lit was malicious. I don't think [Kanye] said it with the intention to hurt anybody. He tends to believe that it is going to force everyone to engage and discuss things that we would not have discussed before he made this statement. Then he says "If people have to hate me in order to do that, then so be it."
Disagree with someone. Just don't be a dick about it. This used to be called "civility." Offices across the nation have motivational posters splashed on walls speaking to it. Maybe in efforts to quell someone's temper after working all day in a cube farm.
I will say this. If these past few weeks have just been a publicity stunt for new music, it's at least working on me. Regardless, Kanye has perfectly exposed the thought police. Read Intentional or Not, Kanye West Just Exposed the Hateful, Leftist Thought-Police.