Saturday, September 03, 2005

I luv it...tell it like it is, Kanye!

Check out:Live benefit includes appeals — and unscripted criticism

They expected Kanye West to just smile for the camera. Go ahead, negro, just smile for the camera and beg the whyte folks for money. Just sit there amongst the entertainment elite and sticks to tha script, boy.

But he said screw that and spoke his mind:

Comedian Mike Myers was paired with West for a 90-second segment that began with Myers speaking of Katrina's devastation. Then, to Myers' evident surprise, West began a rant by saying, "I hate the way they portray us in the media. If you see a black family, it says they're looting. See a white family, it says they're looking for food."

Kanye finally got out a message that is not being heard. Everybody is just supposed to be "positive". I love his blow to that sacred cow, GW Bush:

After he stated, "George Bush doesn't care about black people," the camera cut away to comedian Chris Tucker.

Yeah, Chris Tucker is more their speed. He knows how to keep whyte folks happy and smiling and stuff. About the military, he said:

While allowing that "the Red Cross is doing everything they can," West — who delivered an emotional outburst at the American Music Awards after he was snubbed for an award — declared that government authorities are intentionally dragging their feet on aid to the Gulf Coast. Without getting specific, he added, "They've given them permission to go down and shoot us."

Well, it probably won't affect record sales, but Im glad he spoke out. Screw the media and all the people who want to kiss GW's butt can all go to hell.

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