He continues explaining that the 13th amendment abolished slavery, with the exception of criminals, who are allowed to be used as slaves as a punishment.
Conversely, West drew criticism from Lana Del Rey, who responded to an Instagram post from the rapper. West also accompanied the post with word "Yandhi" and the initial release date, set to coincide with his "SNL" performance.
He wrote: "this represents good and America becoming whole again".
"The level of unapologetic conjecture I've encountered lately isn't just frustrating, it's retrogressive, unprecedented and absolutely terrifying", Evans concluded. "We will no longer outsource to other countries", he declared and called for abolishing the 13th amendment - which abolished slavery in the US. "We build factories here in America and create jobs", West tweeted.
"So we went upstairs into the kids" rooms and I go "Oh look, North has Jesus Band-Aids, wear a Jesus Band-Aid". Despite promising his follow-up to Ye and spiritual successor to Yeezus on Twitter a week ago, it looked like he made a decision to delay the release of the album when his wife Kim Kardashian tweeted out an entirely new release date, November 23 (Black Friday).
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The conversation only gets worse from there, as the question around his tweet on the 13th amendment being abolished was brought up by Levin.
"The 13th Amendment is slavery in disguise", he added.
He said: "I actually don't think you're thinking anything". That's because, as you probably noticed, the project never materialized, despite Ye announcing last week that it would drop the night of his appearance on Saturday Night Live.