Kanye West praises Trump, criticizes Obama on Twitter

Kanye West praises Trump, criticizes Obama on Twitter

Kanye West has been very active on social media today.

Far too many people don't have the luxury of closing their eyes and ears. "I don't agree with everything Trump does". "However artists can not be blind to the reality". He tweeted about every little thing from Coachella, his household and Donald Trump.

Former West collaborator, John Legend seemed to post an indirect response to Ye, writing, "I imagine there's some comfort in imagining a future without racism and projecting that onto the present".

Chance the Rapper waded into the Kanye West controversy Wednesday by defending his frequent collaborator with a series of tweets.

But rather than just (allegedly) shading 'Ye, Legend also texted him privately to explain why rocking with Trump isn't the best of looks.

"In her YouTube video, "White Guilt", Owens claims that white people who speak against racial injustice are disingenuous, and are only doing so to heal the guilt they feel as white people".

He added: "I respect everyone's opinion but I stand my ground".

West's wife - Kim Kardashian West, with whom he has three children - later defended her husband on Twitter, who was criticised by fans for praising Mr Trump.

"Hopped off the Amistad and made I'm a God/It's always a lituation when I'm involved/It's always a lituation when I'm involved", Yeezy raps.

In case you haven't noticed, Kanye West has blessed us with his presence once again on Twitter.

"Kanye will never run in the race of popular opinion", she wrote. He confirmed this on Twitter: "I no longer have a manager". With the photos, West didn't just open the door to fans - he also opened the door to the possibility of filming Keeping Up With The Kardashians in the mansion, according to a tweet from Kardashian West. He added later: "Next President gon be independent". He famously went off-script in 2005 during a nationally televised Hurricane Katrina fundraiser and said then-President George W. Bush "doesn't care about black people". I'm still the kid from the telethon. This is year one.

We're sure this isn't the end of the MAGA-nificent fallout.

Maybe, maybe not. All we know is that this is exactly why an outlet like Twitter can be such a risky one, and that we're nearly scared to see where West takes things next.

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