He's also been linked to several previous presidents, including when Obama called him "a jackass" in 2009 for storming the stage at an MTV awards show to interrupt Taylor Swift. The man now known as Koonye took to Twitter, of course, to share a private message that John Legend had sent him regarding his co-signing of Donald Trump. "We are both dragon energy". But many people of color don't have "the luxury of closing their eyes and ears", he continued, ending with: "I love that great, brilliant artists have the power to imagine a better future. Shania, who I think is terrific, but she made a mistake by sort of saying, 'I wish I didn't go public with it, ' but we know how she feels", he said.
Twitter just about blew up on Wednesday after West, who has been spewing his personal philosophies for nearly two weeks now, veered into Trump territory. Yesterday, he tweeted that he loved Donald Trump, and posted a picture of his signed MAGA hat, as well as another picture of himself wearing the hat.
Kanye West has been a hot topic of conversation this week after he began a Twitter rant where he dished about almost everything, including his support for President Donald Trump. "I don't agree with everything Trump does", he asserted.
And despite putting my update on the piece, I found myself dwelling on this for awhile. "Much love." He also added in a bit of promotion for his new track, "A Good Night". West took an eleven month sabattical from Twitter and may have lost follows during his intermission.
Probability the Rapper chimed into the heated matter and mentioned, "Black folks do not need to be Democrats". He added later: "Next President gon be independent". "But artists can't be blind to the truth".
The pair met in Trump Tower in New York City after Trump won the election. Comment on psycho Tami Lasagna, whom I refuse to give the joy to, say something about RHOA, speak up about kanye. "I'll keep you posted if that changes".
Of course, that Kanye isn't bleeding support for saying he loves Trump doesn't make the situation any less freakish. And, brother to brother here, I just want to say: "put the phone down".