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Kanye West DGAF: He Still Bumpin’ Michael Jackson and R.Kelly!

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Kanye West says that it is fine to keep playing R.Kelly and Michael Jackson amidst the controversy.

After surviving R.Kelly, many people are now debating if it’s possible to separate the music from the artists. Kanye West has chimed into this discussion.

According to TMZ Kanye recently said:

“They want art from the artist. But, anytime they do anything erratic, they just gonna pull up the full documentaries on him.”

With Michael Jackson’s past allegations coming out, Kanye decided to mention him as well.

“And then, they gonna come with the Michael documentary. We can enjoy all their music all we want.”

Kanye also went on to say:

“Let’s go ahead and take da Vinci out The Louvre. Let’s take down all the art.” 

Kanye’s wife, Kim Kardashian, quickly went on twitter after her husband started getting backlash.

Even with Kim’s swift timing, Kanye West will still be dragged for what he said. They might even drag him more than they usually do. People are starting to get tired of this version of Kanye.

But, what do you think of what Kanye said? Is he correct? Please comment below with your thoughts! After, don’t forget to keep it locked on Hypefresh for more news!

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