"Minister Farrakhan, I love you, but the way you read that, I took that as a slight," the rapper formerly known as Kanye West said.
Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan warned Black America to be skeptical of vaccines made from "their medications" to treat a disease that has disproportionately affected African Americans.
Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan's July Fourth speech about the state of Black people in America will be seen and heard by a global audience.
In another case of "wow, really?", Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan was officially banned from Facebook and Instagram.
“The White man is going to push," the Minister Louis Farrakhan said recently during a speech before the State of the Black World Conference in New Jersey. "He’s putting in place the very thing that will limit the freedom of others.”
Controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan turned heads last Sunday during his annual Saviour's Day address when he gave praise to GOP presidential hopeful, Donald Trump.
While police officers around the country have vowed to boycott Beyonce's tour stops after her controversial "Formation" video, Minister Farrakhan has offered up the Nation of Islam's services to make up for it.
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