Kanye West returned to The Breakfast Club on Friday morning - the crew went in on all types of topics such as Kim Kardashian's nude Paper magazine cover, his ex-girlfriend, Amber Rose, and Tyga's controversial relationship with Kylie Jenner.
On Kim Kardashian's recent Paper magazine cover for which she posed nude, Kanye calmly said that "she can get naked if she wants to" since it's not "illegal." While speaking about ex-girlfriend Amber Rose, Kanye got Ye disrespectful.
"It's very hard for a woman to wanna be with someone that's with Amber Rose," he said.
Then, on Monday, Tyga made an emergency visit to The Breakfast Club to Charlamagne, DJ Envy and Angela Yee to defend himself.When asked if he considered Tyga's relationship with Kylie inappropriate, Kanye couldn't help but root for Tyga. They are closer in age than a lot of relationships that I know.I knew Tyga was smart," then quickly wrapped the topic up by saying that he "can't speak on nobodies relationship." Ye also talks about his upcoming album, North West's fashion show tantrums and what people had to say about it, Beck's Grammy win over Beyonce, and possibly doing a joint album with Drake.The trial of Louis Riel lasted four days in July 1885. The trial was moved from Winnipeg to Regina when the government discovered that a Manitoba jury could be half Métis.The leader of the North West Rebellion (standing centre) addressed the court in Regina, listing the Mtis grievances and outlining his vision for a diverse Canada. Of the six men on the Regina jury - only one spoke French. Macdonald decided to charge Riel with high treason, based on an obscure British law dating to the year 1342.
(Courtesy of the National Archives of Canada) Charged with high treason for leading the North West Rebellion, Riel wanted to use the trial as a platform to vindicate himself. This law carried the death the penalty whereas Canadas treason law did not. It was a sweltering day made more oppressive by the hordes of people wanting to view the spectacle in Regina.
From the time of my arrival in Saskatchewan, I worked peacefully ... It wished to dispose of the man who had led two uprisings in the countrys brief history.
In Batoche we defended ourselves." In turn, the government did all it could to muzzle the Métis leader.
The city was packed with officials, lawyers as well as reporters from around the world.
People lined up for hours outside the courtroom willing to pay ten dollars to watch the biggest trial in Canadian history. Riel addressed the court, listing the undemocratic treatment of Métis on the prairies and outlining his vision for a diverse society. Macdonald decided to charge Louis Riel with high treason, based on an obscure British law dating to the year 1342. (Courtesy of the National Archives of Canada) Riels own lawyers argued that their client was insane. Riel considered himself a prophet from God sent to help his people.
He also advocated moving the seat of the Catholic Church from the Vatican to Canada.