Making sense of Kanye West's head-scratching return to Twitter

Posted April 24, 2018

"I don't know why people like being oppressed", she explained.

Watters denied he ever "put him down" and said, "You read some of these tweets, the man is a modern-day philosopher".

In a series of follow-up tweets about his Tesla Model S P100D - an electric vehicle - he said he had "heard these are really good for the environment" and called it "the funnest auto I've ever driven". "Black people that are focused on their past and shouting about slavery and black people that are focused on their futures", Owens said to applause from the audience. "[Kanye] said, 'I do love Donald Trump, '" Darden reported. Owens is a Black conservative who often speaks out against the interest of the Black community.

West's support for Owens led to some pushback from others.

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While many websites and pundits were asking whether the artist has been "red pilled" (the term from "The Matrix" now synonymous with a life-altering epiphany), Mr. Adams says the repercussions are far more profound.

This resulted in Owens incorrectly believing that Quinn and Harper had directed an online hate mob in her direction, and Owens then produced a ranting series of tweets in which she, under the handle @socialcoroner, defended herself. Find a topic you're passionate about, and jump right in. "You're overly privileged Americans".

Ebro also confronted Kanye on the issue that he has not been finishing his thought process on Twitter and leaving it in the open intentionally in order to sell more copies of his upcoming album.

She has since gone on to retweet a number of West's tweets, including "self victimization is a disease" and "Constantly bringing up the past keeps you stuck there".

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"We have freedom of speech but not freedom of thought", West added. "But now it's a mentality".

Ben Shapiro, another past critic of West, wrote on Sunday that he was excited for West to tweet out "facts don't care about your feelings", referring to his own self-styled catchphrase. Owens told Select All in 2016 that she had never heard the word "dox" before asking for $75,000 to build her site.

"Kanye is the most unsafe type of Black celebrity! The truth is that the left wants to strap black people with this idea that they are victims", Owens said.

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