Published: Thu, April 26, 2018

"Very cool!" President Donald Trump responds to Kanye's Twitter love

Kanye West fan account TeamKanyeDaily has said, "anytime you check his page and refresh...change happens".

Rap superstar Kanye West and President Donald Trump have exchanged a weird string of tweets with the musician calling the leader his "brother".

For West's more liberal fans, he appears to have crossed the line - and they have wasted no time in telling him so.

"I love that great, brilliant artists have the power to imagine a better future", he tweeted.

For those who aren't caught up, West returned to Twitter and Instagram last week after deleting his accounts for unknown reasons previous year. "Y'all are aggravating the black people at the expense of dragging their outrage into more clicks/streams etc for whatever Kanye is about to drop".

"To the media trying to demonize my husband let me just say this... your commentary on Kanye being erratic & his tweets being disturbing is actually scary", Kim wrote in a searing tweet on Wednesday.

While she distanced herself from his Trump comments, Kardashian celebrated his decision to speak freely about these topics.

Kanye West latest set of tweets has him in hot water and losing followers fast.

"I love when people have their own ideas", West added. "Before everybody has a meltdown and thinks we met last week", she said.

West also began tweeting his support for President Donald Trump, which turned many heads.

West, 40, also criticised Barack Obama and vowed that the "mob" can not stop his support of his "brother", Mr Trump, in a flurry of tweets on Wednesday. "Soooo can we now allow KUWTK filming in the home?", Kardashian wrote on Wednesday, referring to the TV show "Keeping Up With the Kardashians".

After getting a supportive retweet from President Trump, the "Yeezus" rapper apparently lost 9 million followers minutes later. "That's just not fair", she added. While she opposes her husband's bromance with the president, she still stands by him. She posted a long thread in defense of West- saying that while she may not agree with all his politics, she supports his right to say what he wants. "So, they're streaming music in The Sunken Place??" he asked, referencing "the suspended animation of how we look at race in America" from Jordan Peele's Get Out.

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