According to Frankie Muniz, Kanye has his respect for standing up for the things that Ye believes in, even if they’re controversial, or seemingly out of touch with the public. This comes after Kanye West tweeted about the 13th Amendment, the one that effectively barred slavery, making it illegal.
When TMZ spoke with Frankie in Beverly Hills, Frankie said that he believes Kanye is just trying to make a point, even though it may or may not be the clearest, something to which even Kanye West admits.
According to Muniz, Kanye’s passion for history is admirable, and he thinks that speaking out when you have an opinion on something is better than remaining silent.
Previously, Kanye took to Twitter to say that, “the 13th Amendment is slavery in disguise,” arguing it never actually disappeared. According to the rapper, “we are the solution that heals.”
the 13th Amendment is slavery in disguise meaning it never ended We are the solution that heals
— ye (@kanyewest) September 30, 2018
You can check out Frankie explain himself in his own words:
Regarding what he means by that, Kanye intends to clarify his remark during an episode of TMZ Live on Monday. Moreover, Frankie shared something about his career that he’s very passionate about, which is unrelated to Kanye or the Constitution.
Ever since Kanye picked up Twitter again over the summer, he’s been making waves in the media for his controversial support of the president, Donald Trump.
During his appearance on Saturday Night Live this past Saturday, the star even wore his “Make America Great Again” hat, something his peers and cohorts have criticized vehemently.
As for what Kim Kardashian thinks of all of this, sources say she is more than aware of who Kanye is as a person, and will always have his back. Kim understands that Kanye is an individual, and has his own way of thinking and doing things – it’s what gives him his value as an artist.