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Jamie Foxx Says Kanye West 'Needs Some Help' After Offensive Slavery Comments

May. 3 2018, Updated 5:35 p.m. ET

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Jamie Foxx is the latest celebrity to sound off on Kanye West's bizarre behavior and rants - and he admitted the rapper needs help, RadarOnline.com has learned.

Foxx, 50, took the mic while working the DJ booth at a party in Los Angeles on Wednesday night and addressed West's shocking statements from earlier this week when he said during a live interview that slavery was "a choice."

"My man going through something, man," the actor said of West, 40. "I ain't going to be like everybody, jump on the bandwagon and say I hate my dude, man."

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In the video, shown above, Foxx takes a lighthearted approach when bringing up what has become a media circus for West and the Kardashians. Sources told Radar that the Kardashians are 'embarrassed' by West's recent behavior.

"I know my man needs some help," Foxx admitted.

The Django Unchained star then delivered a clear message to West: "If you need me, call me."

Foxx ended his comments with a punch line: "Stop making stupid people famous!" Although it's unclear if he was referring to his West at the time.

As Radar readers know, West has exhibited provocative behavior in the last couple weeks. After going on multiple Twitter rants and comparing himself to Steve Jobs, West recently confessed to having a past prescription drug addiction after his bizarre mental breakdown in 2016.

Radar exclusively revealed documents that exposed West's liposuction procedure and pill-popping past.

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