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Kanye West Twitter Pays Tribute To Donald Trump, His “brother”

Kanye West Twitter Pays Tribute To Donald Trump, His "brother"

Kanye West Twitter Pays Tribute To Donald Trump, His “brother”

Kanye West paid tribute on Wednesday to Donald Trump on Twitter. The American rapper says he loves him and regards him as his “brother”, a message that earned him thanks from the person concerned.

“You do not have to agree with Trump but the crowd can not stop me from loving him,” he tweeted on Wednesday. “We are two dragon energies, He is my brother.”

“Thank you Kanye, very cool!” responded the US president, via his own Twitter account.

The artist at the 21 Grammy Awards had already publicly displayed his support for Donald Trump, including at a concert given shortly after the 2016 presidential election, but said he had not voted.

A few weeks later, he appeared by surprise alongside the elected president in the lobby of the Trump Tower in New York, after meeting with him.

 

Kanye West wears a “Make America Great Again” cap

On Wednesday, Kanye West also posted a photo of him wearing a “Make America Great Again” cap, the candidate Trump’s slogan for the 2016 presidential campaign.

In another message, the Atlanta native posted a snapshot showing that the cap had been signed by Donald Trump himself.

The whimsical artist also evoked a candidacy for the presidential election of 2024.

He poses as Trump’s successor

Posing as the successor to Donald Trump, he posted on his Twitter account the photo of a poster, stuck in Chicago according to him, with the slogan “Keep America Great” (let’s keep his greatness to America) filed by the current president in view of the 2020 campaign, his photo and “# Kanye2024”.

After his wife, Kim Kardashian West, posted several messages stating that Kanye West’s tweets only engaged him, the creator of the brand “Yeezy” explained that he “disagreed with everything. what does Trump do? “

“Only with me do I agree 100%,” he tweeted.

After nearly a year away from social networks, Kanye West has started posting messages on his Twitter account, where he lost nearly 10 million subscribers compared to May 2017 (he still has 27 million).

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