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Kanye amends his 13th Amendment remarks on Twitter

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WASHINGTON (Circa) — Kanye is stirring up controversy on Twitter with his latest take that America should "abolish the 13th amendment."

The 13th Amendment was ratified in 1865 and determined that "slavery" and "involuntary servitude" would no longer exist in the United States.

Kanye tweeted two follow-ups to attempt to clarify what he meant.

Many still feel his intentions are unclear.

These tweets come following his appearance on "Saturday Night Live" the night before, where he wore a "Make America Great Again" hat and launched into a pro-Trump speech at the end of the show.

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