Kanye West Deletes Every Tweet Mentioning Trump: Did Kim Give Ultimatum?

Kanye West Deletes Every Tweet Mentioning Trump: Did Kim Give Ultimatum?

Kanye West deleted a number of tweets about his meeting with Donald Trump late a year ago.

Previously, Kanye had indicated a supportive attitude toward Trump, even saying that, if he had voted, he would have voted for Trump. The rapper had formerly claimed it was "important to have a direct line of communication with our future President if we truly want change".

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According to TMZ's sources, Kanye is very unhappy with President Trump's actions throughout his first few weeks in office. However, some argue that, politics aside, they're quite similar.

In fact, Kanye's politics have been as unpredictable as his personal life, and he's frequently stunned fans with unexpected displays of loyalty - such as when he visited Donald Trump at his eponymous tower during his controversial transition process.

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It's certainly interesting that Kanye has finally chose to change his mind about Trump. Kanye said. "But if I would've voted, I would've voted for Trump". The track, which was produced by West, may have caused him to rethink his dubious support of Trump. He attacked Hillary Clinton and even postulated himself for presidency in 2020. Following the meeting, he tweeted that he'd met with Trump to discuss multicultural issues. He made headlines in November when he was booed at a concert for declaring his support for Trump, although he said he had not voted in the presidential election. Friend and fellow artist John Legend ripped the meeting, calling it a "publicity stunt". It spurred massive protests and upheavals worldwide. It was viewed as being more of a "Muslim ban" than an immigration order that was to extend 90 days so immigrants could be vetted more carefully.

West even ended the tweet with a subtle reference to his 2024 run.

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