Ye does sound to be on top form in the freestyle video, although he does make one eyebrow-raising reference about parents who "teach white dominance" - a line which is seemingly at odds with his recent pro-Trump stance... Well, I got a lot, I got a lot of support. He also called President Trump "my brother" and said the two share the same "dragon energy".
Concluding, he wrote, "I love that great, brilliant artists have the power to imagine a better future". That's what makes us individuals. "We have the right to independent thought but I independently think Kanye has lost his mind", he said.
Then West shared a picture of a sign that read "Keep America Great #Kanye2024".
Kanye West has been very active on social media today.
Now, however, some Fox News opinion hosts have discovered a new appreciation of West, whom Hannity described on his program Wednesday as "one of America's most iconic rappers".
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"Now when he spoke out about Trump..." But this is HIS opinion.
"Shania, who I think is terrific, made a mistake by saying, 'I wish I didn't go public with [supporting Trump],'" Trump said.
Owens believes racism is no longer an issue-but many are wondering if that was that before or after her family won a lawsuit for $37,500 from the Stamford (Conn.) Board of Education as a result of racism?
These tweets from Chance-a dedicated community activist who supported Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election-quickly drew attention online, even from the president's son, Donald Trump Jr. Just prior, while on a tour that would soon be cancelled, the rapper had begun expressing an affinity for Trump, and when he resurfaced the next month, it was to meet with the new president-elect.
In addition to supporting Trump, Kanye West criticized former president Barack Obama.
West thanked Trump at the time in a series of tweets. The two also met in person to "discuss multicultural issues" in August of a year ago; see photo above.