West said he'd be interested in meeting with Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel, known for his own US $1.25 million donation to the Trump campaign. "We are both dragon energy", West tweeted earlier this morning. He's my brother. I love all of them.
He also said he doesn't "agree 100%" with anyone but himself. That is what makes us people.
"Yes, we have the right to independent thought and I independently think that Kanye has lost his mind", Colbert reacted.
That overtly political fashion statement drew ire and praise in equal measure, as fans and plain-old MAGA folks tried to conceptualise one of the biggest celebrities on the planet as a Trump supporter.
He later posted: "My spouse simply known as me and he or she needed me to make this clear to everybody".
"Thank you Kanye, very cool!" the president posted in response to the tweets from West, who called the president "my brother".
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Fellow Chicagoan Chance The Rapper weighed in on the twitter comments. However far too many people don't have the luxury of closing their eyes and ears. "You don't have to be allowed anymore". In 2009 Obama called West a "jackass" when he stormed the MTV awards to interrupt Taylor Swift, and in 2005 he criticised the White House's resonse to Hurricane Katrina by claiming "George W Bush doesn't care about black people".
West, who met the then president-elect Mr Trump in December 2016, also tweeted to say he was neither a Democrat or a Republican. Some serious cognitive dissonance to ignore that for the other x% you might find appealing.
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"I went to listen to music and see Kanye", Cohen said.
"Now when he spoke out about Trump". The rapper's latest tweet is the second time he stirred up controversy following his return to Twitter after nearly a yearlong hiatus. "I believe in people being able to have their own opinions, even if really different from mine He never said he agrees with his politics".