The star of Captain America was one of the first that responded to the tweet by Kanye West
Kanye West has an enemy of movie star Chris Evans made after the proposal that American politicians the legislation should abolish slavery prohibits. The outspoken rapper made earlier this year, a lot of fans upset when he was on TMZ Live and said that slavery is a choice for African-Americans.
“Abolition of the 13th Amendment”, posted Kanye on social media. He placed a picture of himself with a baseball cap with Trump’s slogan Make America Great Again. He also wrote: “this represents good, and America that once again a single whole. We will no longer outsource to other countries. We build here in America, it factories to create jobs. We will provide jobs for everyone from the prison is if we have the 13th amendment to abolish….. Message sent with love”.
Later tweette he that he meant “change” and not “to abolish”, but by that time the damage had already been done, with a lot of comments on social media. Chris Evans was one of the first people that Kanye on the grain, and wrote: “There is nothing crazier than to argue with someone that the history does not know, no books to read, and his myopia as a virtue list. The level that I lately have come across is not only frustrating, it is old-fashioned, unprecedented and absolutely terrifying”. West is expected to elaborate on the drama as Monday he returns to TMZ Live.