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Graham Linehan has offered Kanye West some helpful words of advice on Twitter

Listen up, Kanye.

IF KANYE WEST could take a moment or two out of his busy schedule trivialising slavery, he might be happy to hear that there’s a well-known Irish man, who is only too willing to lend him a little advice.


Step forward Graham Linehan.

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It seems the creator of  Father Ted, The IT Crowd and Black Books thinks Kanye might actually benefit from a little management… despite what the rapper might think.

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Kanye, who has offended millions in recent days by supporting President Trump and more recently claiming ‘slavery was a choice’, caught the attention of Linehan, who took to Twitter with three short words of advice.

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Linehan’s suggestion in the wake of Kanye’s more controversial remarks in recent weeks has ignited a conversation among his followers, who appear to be as baffled by Kanye as the rest of us right now.

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Others were holding out hope that Kanye was merely engaging in a little theatrics in anticipation of the introduction of an alter ego.

Step forward Uncle Teezy.

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Well, you know, we live in hope.

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