Celebrities slam Kanye West's Trump tweets, some reportedly unfollow his account

Celebrities slam Kanye West's Trump tweets, some reportedly unfollow his account

Then yesterday Kanye West really set fire to the barn when he posted a picture of himself rocking a Make America Great Again hat a.k.a. the new Klansman hood, alongside OG Hip-Hop executive Lyor Cohen and an unnamed white person.

President Trump thanks the rapper for his assist; response and evaluation on 'The 5'. That's what makes us individuals.

In case you missed it, it all started when West made a decision to let the masses know that he and his manager Scooter Braun had parted ways.

"Yes, we have the right to independent thought and I independently think Kanye has lost his mind", Colbert said to applause.

Trump, of course, was a fan. I don't agree with everything anyone does.

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Pop Crave reports that stars including Rihanna, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar, Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, Harry Styles, Ariana Grande, and BTS unfollowed West after his tweets about Trump gained traction. Yeezy posted a recent text he received from Legend to his almost 28 million Twitter followers in which the fellow musical legend practically begs Kanye to rethink his association and support of Trump.

Kim Kardashian also stepped into the conversation when her husband's mental health was questioned.

After West and Trump's Twitter-fest, Legend took to his account on Wednesday to say "artists can't be blind to the truth", though he didn't mention West by name. "I believe in people being able to have their own opinions, even if really different from mine", Kardashian West wrote.

"They are loyal to you and respect your opinion". If I ever called for a rally in Washington, D.C. we'd have millions of people coming into Washington because they love what's happening.

A source told CNN at the time that West's mission was to shed light on issues surrounding Chicago.

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Teigen weighed in by saying she and John tried to handle the privately ... but clearly that did not work.

It was the former reality TV star Trump who boasted he didn't need J.Lo or Jay-Z to attract a crowd during the campaign, and who tweeted he wanted people and not celebrities to attend his inauguration.

"I'm nobody's 'client, '" West said Wednesday on Twitter, explaining he had given his associates the option to work only with him full time or be let go.

Chance the Rapper chimed into the heated topic and said, "Black people don't have to be Democrats". "He never said he agrees with his politics".

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