Kanye dou­bles down on Trump sup­port

Edmonton Sun - - SHOWBIZ -

Kanye West re­it­er­ated his sup­port for u.s. leader don­ald Trump dur­ing his lat­est sun­day ser­vice event in utah.

The rap­per has been mocked for his re­marks about the di­vi­sive Pres­i­dent, but he’s not about to stop rav­ing about Trump, as he proved in salt Lake city.

Per­form­ing his hit Je­sus Walks for close to 9,000 fans, who turned up to see West’s lat­est spir­i­tual get to­gether, he re­minded the crowd Trump’s repub­li­can Party abol­ished slav­ery be­fore blast­ing those who felt he shouldn’t sup­port the Pres­i­dent as an africaname­r­i­can.

“I ain’t never made a de­ci­sion only based on my colour,” he said. “That’s a form of slav­ery, men­tal slav­ery.”

West also slammed so­cial me­dia users, adding, “do not read com­ments on the In­ter­net. Th­ese peo­ple don’t know you like that. so­cial me­dia is de­signed to make you think slower... They want to slow you down and con­trol you.”

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