Kanye West appeared to address the backlash [VIDEO]against him due to his support of Donald Trump, mixing in a tweet in an attempt to push back. Chance revealed that he recently spoke to 'Ye in the past few days and that he's in a great space, both mentally and physically, and that it's the same Kanye we've all grown to love. He is my brother. "I don't agree 100% with anyone but myself", he tweeted. "That's what makes us individuals", he further said. And we have the right to independent thought, ' West posted for his almost 28 million followers.
"George Bush doesn't care about black people", West famously declared during "A Concert For Hurricane Relief" telethon, criticizing the Bush administration's response to Hurricane Katrina.
West, who in 2015 said he was considering running for the White House, also returned to his own presidential ambitions, tweeting simply "2024".
At the time Kanye said he met with Trump to discuss multicultural issues, while Mr Trump told reporters they'd been "friends for a long time". "And I won't stop fighting until all black Americans see that", she wrote on April 21. In an interview on "Ebro in the Morning", Janelle Monáe responded to his support of Candace Owens by saying, "I believe in free thinking, but I don't believe in free thinking if it's rooted in or at the expense of the oppressed. That's just not fair", she added. There were plenty of comparisons to Get Out's the "sunken place".
West went on to tweet that his support wouldn't change had Hillary Clinton been elected in 2016, writing, "I don't tell a Hillary supporter not to support Hillary". Kanye is years ahead of his time.
By Wednesday afternoon, the president, who had been hosting French President Emmanuel Macron on the first state visit of Trump's presidency, tweeted his thanks to the rapper.
Others, however, had less support for him.