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Kanye West and Louis Farrakhan hold private meeting


Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, and CYHI the Prynce with NOI leader Louis Farrakhan and the NOI farm.

Kanye West and Louis Farrakhan held a private meeting at the Nation of Islam farm. The Nation of Islam claims all white people are biological devils. The group teaches that a race war is fast approaching and all whites will be exterminated from the earth.

If any big name white celebrity spoke to a white race-based organization, of any kind, they would be crucified in the media. Not even the celebrity gossip columns mentioned Kanye’s meeting with Farrakhan.

West spoke at a Nation of Islam event in 2005. In 2013, Farrakhan publicly defended West and called on him to stand up to “Jewish Pressure.” West is famous for disrupting four different nationally televised events to go on racially charged tirades. West also claims that the white man created AIDS in order to kill black people.

Also in attendance was rapper CYHI the Prynce. CYHI posted this picture on instagram and boasted “[Kanye West] he said I have a brilliant and deep mind!!! Great experience with his family and Ye’s family!!! I came along way from getting kicked out of highschool in the 10th grade lol hey now I might be the most influential person to ever come out my highschool crazy how GOD works!!!”

Louis Farrakhan boasted about the meeting at the 2015 annual Savoirs Day event. The actual meeting took place on February 1st, 2015.

West brought his Armenian wife and Mulatto son, even though the Nation of Islam opposes interracial marriage. Despite his anti-white rap lyrics, West also raps about his preference for “light-skinned women.” In the past, the NOI has even called interracial marriage an evil plot to degrade, pacify, and/or tame the black race. More recently Farrakhan has declared that Mulatto children are black and that interracial marriage is accelerating the decline of the white race.

Some of the major celebrities who are members of the Nation of Islam include comedian Dave Chapelle, rapper Snoop Dogg, and rapper/actor Ice Cube.