If you are very active on Twitter and also follow Kanye West, you’ll notice he has been spending more time on the app lately promoting his album and other projects while giving out some occasional “tweets of motivation” coupled with controversial statements.
Just a few days ago, the GOOD Music founder in a Twitter post expressed support for black conservative activist, Candace Owens who slammed Black Lives Matter and African American protesters for being “whiners” and projecting the “victim mentality” instead of “victor mentality”. His support did not go down well with a lot of people.
Up until recently, Mr. West in a phone conversation with Hot 97 host Ebro Darden expressed his love for U.S. president Donald Trump, claiming ex-president Obama gave him a cold shoulder when he reached out to him to discuss ways and means of fixing issues in his hometown of Chicago.
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Take a look at Ebro narrating his conversation with West and how he blasted him for his “questionable” political views.
— EBRO In The Morning (@EBROINTHEAM) April 23, 2018