"We don't want to hear Kanye's music, we don't want to play Kanye on our show, we don't want to talk about Kanye anymore", they said.
The feedback got here in the course of the president's remarks at Nationwide Rifle's Affiliation annual conference in Dallas, greater than every week since West, in mid-tweetstorm, mentioned there was "dragon vitality" between him and his "brother" Trump.
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith addressed the potential summit and West's comments on slavery in a segment on First Take, and condemned West for his behavior.More news: Obama calls Trump's decision to leave Iran deal a 'serious mistake'
"Is it me, or is that n***** Kanye West one of the n****** from "Get Out"?" he said, echoing the views of many before him. It's not about freedom of speech, he is definitely allowed to express his opinion and we are allowed to express ours.
Kanye West may be on the receiving end of a lot of criticism this week, but his wife Kim Kardashian West has his back and is determined to keep the family together.
Right now, West is one of the few celebs willing to discuss ideas outside of the Hollywood norm.
Shay Shay said she agreed with the suggestion but didn't say if they would be muting their music also. But he can't escape it. Racism is real. His support for Candace Owens, who denies police brutality, who thinks that racial disparities are not because of discrimination, but because of a "victim-mentality", does not mesh with West's previous political beliefs. Even he admits that he is unsure.
"If this was 148 years ago I would have been more like Harriet or Nat", West tweeted Tuesday evening.