Natasha Rothwell Of ‘Insecure’ Perfectly Explains Why She Will Never Support Kanye West

April 21, 2019  |  

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Since the top of the year, Kanye West has been hosting Sunday Service at his California home. He seems to serve as a director to an exceptional choir that puts a gospel spin on Yeezy’s music as well as other favored R&B tracks. While the clips on social media of the choir are sure to give you an eargasm, some are standing string in their decision to never support West again. Besides being a Trump supporter, his dispiriting comments about slavery being a choice put the final nail in the coffin for many who once saw him as a musical genius. One of those folks is Natasha Rothwell, aka Kelli from Insecure. 

Ye took his Sunday Service to Coachella for weekend two, which also featured a word from the great DMX. Rothwell took to Twitter to voice her refusal to support his latest effort or any that come after.

“Yeah, no. I REFUSE to support a man who proudly supports a racist, homophobic, xenophobic, transphobic, Islamaphobic, anti-Semitic president whose policies endanger the very people who subsidized his career just because he’s selling redemption dressed up in church clothes. GTFOH.”

She also made sure to tweet 45 today to let him know even though its Easter, “even today, you’re trash.”

The internet didn’t disagree with the comedienne.

“And the ‘redemption’ bit is just remixed gospel songs. Very empty and self-idolizing, as per usual. I’m good,” one use wrote.

The lack of an embrace for his Sunday Service is understandable. We’re not sure if he will ever be able to redeem himself.

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