Kanye West, right, pose with Donald Trump, left, in the lobby of the Trump Tower in May 2016.
Or he interrupting concerts to go on rants, charging exorbitant sums for clothes or in the public statement of religious support for President Trump, Kanye West is no stranger to controversy.
After giving his unconditional approval to our nation’s president, the star seems to be relishing in the clash between his opinion about Donald Trump and the cynics who do not agree. In a new interview, West explains not only his decision to back Trump, but claims that there are many more Trump supporters in Hollywood who are afraid to come forward.
“There were people who said Trump would never win,” West said in an interview with the New York Times. “I’m talking about the it-will-never-happens of the world, people in high school told you things would never happen.”
In the West of the spirit he played the role of underdog throughout his entire career as a hip-hop artist, producer, and fashion designer. This is just a part of the conjoining dust West used for forging his support of Trump, a man who many felt could never win the presidency. He alleged that the two shared” dragon of energy.”
West, 41, famous visited with Trump in 2016 at Trump Tower in New York City after he was admitted to the hospital for what was reported to be severe exhaustion. During the meeting, the President said the two “discussed life” before she stood for photos in the lobby.
“I felt that I knew that the people who voted for the Asset of those celebrities who were afraid to say that she loved him,” he said. “But they told me, and I loved him, and I’m not afraid to say what I want. Let me here and in this fight with you.”
The star went on to describe breaking free of the mob-mind” that made him feel obligated to support Hillary Clinton in 2016 the election because of his fame and status.
we got love pic.twitter.com/Edk0WGscp6
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 25, 2018
To the west of the fight to express his political views is apparently genuine, which he says turned off many of his friends and family members who oppose his ideas and disapprove of his tempestuous way of articulating his opinions. He drew even a “Make America Great Again ‘hat’, the slogan that He ran during his presidential campaign.
In May, the “College Dropout” artist came under control when he tweeted “I love the way Candace Owens think.”
He was immediately called by friends in the music industry for his association with the conservative expert and an appearance by Owens on TMZ Live where he notoriously implied, slavery was a choice.
In the days following his tweets, West was advised by his wife and reality star Kim Kardashian, to proclaim that he does not agree with all of the Strengths of the policy and that he just wants love and for the dialogue to continue.
The world may not be able to fully understand the West’s unwavering support for Trump, but he was admitted to The New York Times that he wanted that Bernie Sanders would have been Trump’s vice president, so that both their vision for the country could have come to fruition.
In an interview with Charlamagne Tha God earlier this year, West backtracked a bit saying that if he ever ran for president it will probably be more “Bernie Sanders principles.”