Professor: Kanye West is “not alone” among Black Americans who have conservative views.

A Black political science professor in Massachusetts observed that, contrary to popular belief, Black communities are more sympathetic to Kanye West’s anti-Black Lives Matter stance.

One day after sporting a “White Lives Matter ” shirt at his Yeezy fashion presentation in Paris, West claimed that Black Lives Matter was a “scam” and also seemed to take credit for the movement being “over.”

Tatishe M. Nteta, a professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, cautions that although West’s message is not widely shared, some Black people share his opinions.

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In a since-deleted Instagram story,

Candace Owens and Kanye West

West wrote: “The fraud that was Black Lives Matter is well known. Now it’s done (sic). Thank you very much.”

The public’s support for the Black Lives Matter movement has already decreased, from 48% to 31%, according to a May poll conducted by Nteta.
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Kanye West, known to post and then delete insulting remarks or memes on his Instagram, has yet to respond to Courtney Cox's retort.

In some ways, Kanye West is expressing an opinion that some elements and segments of the American people share and support, according to Nteta told the Daily Mail . “However, Kanye West has also stated quite conservative opinions over the past few years. It makes sense in certain ways.”

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