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Ebro has been asking the question to Kanye West. “Have you spoken to Common?”
As Kanye has been trying to share his free thought in the world, one of his friends that has yet to give an opinion on the matter is Common. Until TMZ cameras caught up with him that is.
“There’s a lot going on in the world,” he said. “Black women being dragged out The Waffle House, black people being shot down in the street. We got people in the government and the president, and others that are lying and creating divisiveness.”
He is making sure to continue the message to pay attention to the right things, and not get distracted in social media debates.
“I think us focusing on tweets and comments when we can really change conditions. I want to put more energy toward changing the conditions of what’s going on.”
Despite the disagreement in his message, Common remains loyal to his friend.
“No matter what, Kanye is my brother. No matter what. There’s no beginning to the end because that’s my brother. I love him. I don’t agree with everything he says and everything he’s thinking but I don’t agree with a lot of things that people that I love but that don’t mean I love them any differently. That doesn’t mean I won’t say exactly what I need to say to them … We don’t have to go to war just because we don’t agree.”