Kanye West Enrages Liberals, Says Black History Month Should Be Canceled

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A number of African American celebrities have called for abolishing “Black History Month,” including actor Morgan Freeman and actress Stacey Dash.

“I don’t want a Black History Month. Black history is American history,” Mogran Freeman told “60 Minutes” co-host Mike Wallace.

Kanye West, now known legally as “Ye,” has joined those calling for the month’s celebration to be canceled.

“It’s like, Black History Month — cancel,” Ye said.

“Put this on black Twitter right now. ‘Ye says cancel Black History Month.’”

“Why? I need Black Future Month. I need Black Possibility Month,” he continued.

“I’m tired of seeing us get hosed down,” he said.

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Ye also slammed Vice President Kamala Harris for her disappearance since the taking office.

“I’m tired of talking about slavery and how we should only be so lucky to vote for a woman we ain’t seen since the election,” he continued.

“You know [rapper] Pusha [T] voted Democrat — voted for Kamala — we ain’t seen her since the election either,” West said.


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He also went on to criticize black voters’ affinity for the Biden-Harris ticket.

“They got 94 percent of the black female vote,” West said, before quipping: “You would have thought Drake was running.”

Drake, for those of you who don’t know, is another hip-hop artist Kanye has a beef with. While the circumstances are complex, let’s just say Drake’s music is perceived to be of a more sensitive nature (particularly in a song apparently referencing West’s now-estranged wife Kim Kardashian).

Kanye went on to criticize musicians John Legend and Big Sean, who didn’t support West’s short-lived bid for the presidency in 2020 and are noted Democrats.

“And both John Legend and Big Sean, when I ran for office, got used quick by the Democrats to come at they boy that actually changed they life,” West said, according to Newsweek, referring to himself.