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T.I. Clarifies Kanye’s Rant On The 13th Amendment

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T.I. has been the voice of reason for Kanye in 2018.

The Atlanta artist appeared on “Ye vs The People”, confronting Yeezy on his stance on Trump and controversial statements on slavery being a choice.

Now, T.I. is back at it dissecting Kanye’s post to abolish the 13th amendment.

“While I disagree with most of the shit that Kanye says and his rants, I must say that the part about trying to amend or abolish the 13th amendment I actually agreed with. And not because I think that slavery should be instilled. No, because the 13th amendment says that slavery should be abolished unless in prison.”

He hints at the prisons that exploit prisoners’ labor for jobs that don’t benefit the citizen’s tax dollar, but rather garner profit for the private companies that own the prisons.

“I do see where he was going. I think it was horribly worded. And I think if you’re not careful, you can get carried off into the bullshit. Now I know how I mean it when I say it. I hope he means it the same way.”

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Kanye West Wants To Abolish The 13th Amendment

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Kanye continues to show he is still in the sunken place.

Yesterday Kanye posted a photo of his self with a MAGA hat and wrote a caption about abolishing the 13th Amendment. For those of you that didn’t keep in history class, the 13th Amendment states “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”

The amendment prevents the United States from getting back into the s

Chris Evans said it best.

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Will Smith Bungee Jumps Out Of Helicopter

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Will Smith decided to celebrate his 50th birthday by bungee jumping out of a helicopter.

Smith brought along Alfonso Ribeiro, who played Carlton 90’s television classic, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, to host the show. As well as his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith and his three children Jaden, Willow and Trey.

Smith wanted to conquer to his fears heights and the Grand Canyon.

“I remember having a deeply meaningful experience of how beautiful it was, but I was terrified to walk up to the edge,” he remembers, though his mother says they were actually in an enclosed area when they visited during a roadtrip. “All my brothers and sisters and my whole family walked up to the edge and I stayed back, just scared to take in beauty.”

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Bill Cosby Sentenced To 3-10 Years In State Prison

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Bill Cosby finally received his sentence on Tuesday in a Pennsylvania courtroom.

The judge deemed Cosby a “sexually violent predator” by a judge before sentencing the 81-year-old fallen star to three to ten years in prison.

“I’m not permitted to treat him any differently based on who he is or who he was,” the judge said. “As she [Constand] said, Mr. Cosby, you took her beautiful, healthy young spirit and crushed it.”

Constand accused Cosby of raping her in 2004 when she was working with Cosby at Temple University’s athletic department. She was among the more than 60 women have come forward with accusations, most of whom cited Cosby’s use of the sedative Quaaludes to overpower them.

Cosby did not take the stand during his 13-day trial. He will be able to appeal his sentence. But for now, there is some justice for many of his victims.

 

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