Attached to the image were words supporting his president and the apparent abolishment of the 13th Amendment. West received lukewarm reviews on his SNL musical guest performance, which also featured rapper Lil Pump, but clearly, he could not go quietly into the night.
The 13th Amendment abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, unless dealt as a prison sentence.
"I'm consciously choosing to tweet about plant-based burgers and not current statements about the 13th Amendment from a certain MAGA follower".
"What I was saying was the 13th Amendment is really slavery in disguise and it's something we need to look into so I'm opening up the conversation, right?"
USA rapper Kanye West, fresh from his Saturday Night Live (SNL) controversy, has stirred yet another one, suggesting in an cryptic post that the amendment that abolished slavery is itself "slavery in disguise" and should be nixed.
DuVernay, for her part, chose not to engage with West's tweets about the 13th Amendment, both his call to abolish and later amend it.
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The catch resulted in a touchdown, and Thomas' lower leg collides with Willaims as he hops over the receiver in the end zone. Several Seahawks teammates knelt around him while holding hands as members of the team's medical staff tended to Thomas.
"I can only assume you relate to his personality on some level", she added. As the show ended, Kanye took the stage wearing a "Make America Great Again" baseball cap and made an unscripted pro-Trump speech after the credits rolled. "I'm sorry for people who felt let down by that moment".
Despite West's best efforts to clarify his point, reactions were harsh.
"We love you, we're not bullying you".
"The left has declared war on our American values, and Kanye is fighting the cultural front", she said.