Radio station bans Kanye West's music following controversial slavery comments

Calvin Saunders
May 5, 2018

YouTube/MTVKanye West receives Video Vanguard award at 2015 Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California on Sunday August 30, 2015.

Kanye West and Scott Disick have been supporting each other through tough times.

"We are over it".

Speaking during an appearance on "The Ellen Degeneres Show", which is set to air today, she said, "Kanye has a lot of love for all of you, all of his fans, and everybody who's been there to support him forever".

A Detroit radio station is boycotting Kanye West's music after his recent comments about President Donald Trump and slavery.

"When you hear about slavery for 400 years - for 400 years?" "You was there for 400 years, and it's all of y'all?" So, prison is something that unites us as one race.

On Wednesday, Ebro Darden, DJ at WQHT-FM in New York City, told CNN's Don Lemon that the rapper simply doesn't know history, and suggested that West's comments were worse than ignorant.

The host Bigg told the Detroit News that the boycott and show segment had driven one of the largest responses from listeners he'd ever witnessed in 20 years working in radio.

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"You recognize, Kanye has loads of love for all of you, all of his followers, and everyone who's been there to assist him perpetually", mentioned Jenner, 62.

Shay Shay said she agreed with the suggestion but didn't say if they would be muting their music also.

"She and DeGeneres quipped together: "...with the Kardashians".

Our sources in Jackson Hole, Wyoming tell TMZ. the luxurious resort is now closed to the public because it's off-season. I'm there to support my kids no matter what happens.

Kris can be seen uncomfortably laughing, but Ellen didn't let up, asking if Kris gets confused trying to "keep track of what's on the show and what's not on the show?"

Jenner then confirms that the Conserving Up with the Kardashian cameras have been rolling regardless of all of the drama surrounding the household just lately and they're wrapping up season 15 and "on the brink of begin [filming] season 16" of the truth television sequence.

North West has had a busy couple of weeks feeding elephants at the zoo, going on an Easter egg hunt, and even joining Kim and Kanye at the March For Our Lives protest.

"I think it's reckless and irresponsible to use your platform in this type of way", she said, addressing Kanye.

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