Min. Farrakhan Talks About Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Visit During Savior Day

| February 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Last week, Kanye West stated on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club that he would be doing a documentary on the leader of the Nation of Islam Min. Louis Farrakhan that will center around his earlier life as a violinist and the leader of the Nation of Islam. This past Sunday, Min. Farrakhan spoke to a congregation of followers at Christ Universal Temple in Chicago the following:

“Your children are not like you, parents,” Farrakhan says in his speech. “The rappers, oh man, they rapped on the condition of the hood, but they are all becoming conscious now and white folks are upset.”

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“I had a talk with Kanye West,” Farrakhan says. “He visited me at our farm, just he, but we had a good talk. I know that there’s a better world coming. I know that there’s a world coming, that the color of your skin, as Doctor King said, is not going to be the ticket. It’s your desire to do righteousness. Brother Kanye came to visit me and he brought his wife and his little daughter and it was a beautiful meeting. A lot of my people, you really are very sick. You judge me with the stupidity of your sick minds. I’m just going to tell you a few things because you are not going to get away with mistreating me. I love you and I never sent nobody to harm. Anyone who has a problem with me or these brothers and sisters, they would kill concrete if I directed them that way.”

Min. Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam along with Dr. Benjamin Chavis, former Director of the National African-American Leadership Summit, was responsible for organizing the historic Million Man March in Washington, DC on October 16th 1995.

The committee invited many prominent speakers to address the audience, and African-American men from across the United States converged on Washington in an effort to “convey to the world a vastly different picture of the Black male” and to unite in self-help and self-defense against economic and social ills plaguing the African-American community.

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