Will.i.am says Kanye’s recent comment that slavery was a choice broke his heart. “…Because I thought about my grandma, who was born in 1920, and her connection with her mom who raised her, who was born in the late 1800s. And my grandmother’s grandma, who was a slave. And when you’re a slave, you’re owned. You don’t choose if you’re owned. When you’re a slave you’re deprived of education. That’s not choice, that’s by force.” He adds, “That statement was one of the most ignorant statements that anybody who came from the hood could ever say about their ancestors, that slavery is a choice. What are you talking about?”
Kanye West is reportedly getting a restraining order against LA rapper Daz Dillinger after he urged local gang members to attack Kanye for supporting President Donald Trump. “Kanye put a restraining order on me, I appreciate it,” Dillinger recently shared via Snapchat. He also posted a video of a swarm of cop cars and claimed that he was pulled over by the police for threatening Kanye and suggested Kris Jenner was responsible. Dillinger made headlines over the weekend after he told the Crips to “mess Kanye up” in a now-deleted video. But just because Dillinger took down the post doesn’t mean he’s done attacking the rapper: He’s since announced that his new self-produced single will be called “F K U #F**KANYEUP.”
Sandra Bullock is calling on people to stop using the term “adopted child.” Saying, “let’s all just refer to these kids as ‘our kids,'” she declares. “Don’t say, ‘my adopted child.’ No one calls their kid their ‘IVF child’ or their ‘Oh crap, I went to a bar and got knocked up child.’ Let’s just say, ‘our children.'” Sandra, adopted her 8-year-old son Louis and 5-year-old daughter Laila in Lousiana.
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