Kanye West is Apparently Still a Trump Supporter

Kanye West is Apparently Still a Trump Supporter

Owens - a frequent guest on Fox News and InfoWars - launched a website and YouTube channel in 2017 called Red Pill Black, which promotes black conservatism. When Trump was elected as president, West was photographed with him at Trump Towers in NY.

Kanye West's return to social media (namely Twitter) ushered in a wave of varying headlines featuring the Chicago native's political views.

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Trump supporter Candace Owens got a shout-out from none other than Kanye West yesterday, and this morning she appeared on Fox & Friends to talk about it and the reaction it's gotten. I tell every single person that everything that I have been inspired to do, was written in your music.

Given the public outcry, Owens clarified her perspective. "I'm not far right-I'm free", she tweeted. This is somehow the same West who once bravely slammed George W. Bush for botching Hurricane Katrina response efforts, openly criticized hip-hop for its homophobia, and wrote inspiring slices of introspection like "All Falls Down" and "Gorgeous". "I'm freaking out. @kanyewest ....please take a meeting with me".

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We all know how Kanye West faced criticism by some of his fans for his support of Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential race when the two met at the Trump Tower in New York City and happily posed for pictures later.

But for Owens, engaging urban communities has at times meant attempting to dismantle arguments about white privilege put forward by black activists and the Democratic Party. "None of you white men own my blackness", she defiantly tweeted.

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"Kanye is the most risky type of Black celebrity!"

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