You read that right. Kanye West, or Ye as he now wants to be known as, has opened his big Twitter mouth again. 

Fresh from his 'Saturday Night Live' performance, and later rant that had two people in the audience cheering, West has taken to Twitter to tweet his concerns about America's 13th Amendment.

To refresh your memory, the 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime, in 1865 - meaning that West wants to... Wait let us get this right... He wants to abolish the law that abolishes slavery? Meaning he wants to bring back slavery? Dear Lord.

West later tried to fix what he had tweeted, when he realised he might have said the wrong word:

It was too little, too late however, and West hasn't gotten away easily.

Captain America himself, Chris Evans, responded with his frustrations against what West has said, absolutely laying into him, "There’s nothing more maddening than debating someone who doesn’t... read books". Zing:

In response to Evans' tweet, people are now hoping that instead of West running for the 2020 election, Evans might take a stab at it:

Now that's the kind of man America needs at the moment. No word yet on what The Apprentice host, Donald Trump, has to say on West's latest tweets - but we doubt anyone really cares anyway.