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Kanye West raps ’13th Amendment, gotta end it’ as he takes church service to Howard University

Kim and Kanye take sunday service to HBCU
’13th Amendment, Gotta end it, that’s on me,’ he sang (Picture: Howard University)

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian took their church service to Howard University this weekend, performing to college students and members of college.

But the rapper left some followers shocked as he sang ’13th Amendment, Gotta end it, that’s on me’.

Grammy-award successful R&B singer Tony Williams led the service which included a brass band and a choir.

But not everybody on the DC-based HBCU was impressed.

Greg Carr, the chairman of Howard’s Department of Afro-American Studies, taking to Twitter to share: ‘If @kanyewest is indeed at #HowardU this morning, send him to the third floor of the Founder’s Library after he’s completed.

‘I have some books for him.’

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Keneshia Grant, one other professor on the University, added: ‘This Kayne [sic] church thing makes me uncomfortable. There, I said it.’

His lyrics come a 12 months after he confronted backlash for the same sentiment, tweeting that the 13th modification ought to be abolished; the amendments abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, besides as punishment for against the law.

Kanye later clarified that he meant to say it ought to be amended however his lyrics on Saturday revealed he felt it wanted to be ‘ended’.

Rapper Kanye West
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In the previous two years, he has been extremely criticised for his assist of President Donald Trump.

Following a controversial look on Saturday Night Live in 2018, he advised audiences he was bullied backstage into not carrying the MAGA hat and urged that President Trump was not the dangerous guy.

‘You see they laughing at me. You heard ’em, they scream at me, they bully me.

‘They bullied me backstage they mentioned, “Don’t go out there with that hat on.”

‘They bullied me backstage. They bullied me,’ he mentioned.

Removing his MAGA hat, he continued: ‘And then they say I’m in a sunken place. You need to see the sunken place? Okay, I’ma pay attention to y’all now.’

He then put the hat again on and mentioned: ‘Or I’ma put my Superman cape on, which suggests you’ll be able to’t inform me what to do.’

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