Kanye West on Thursday defended his support for President TrumpDonald John TrumpFormer Watergate prosecutor: Trump taking the fifth would be political suicide Comey: I'm "embarrassed and ashamed" by Republican party Comey, Anderson Cooper clash over whether memo release violated Federal Bureau of Investigation rules MORE while sharing concerned text messages he received from fellow musician John Legend.
West's recent comments about Mr Trump, in which he referred to him as his "brother" prompted Legend to text the rapper, asking him to reconsider aligning himself with the president. The president even RTed West, thanking the rapper for his support.
On Wednesday, West professed his love for his "brother" Trump.
But many left-leaning artists have turned on the rapper - and reduced themselves to hollow name-calling. "If your free thinking is used as fuel by oppressors to continue to oppress black people or minorities, I think it's bullshit and it's not okay".
West had been working since 2016 with Braun, the powerful music industry figure behind Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande. She caved because she was painted into a corner by fellow artists and supposed cultural thinkers.
"Had I not gotten elected, Hillary [Clinton] would have come in and she would have added more rules and regulations we would have been out of business because you saw was happening". They believe what they believe and they're proud of it. "They are loyal to you and respect your opinion", the 10-time Grammy victor said in his text message.
Some people enthusiastically support West and Barr.
Trump said West was a "good man" and that the two have been "friends for a long time".
"He has good taste", the president interrupted.
"He sees that stuff and he's smart. You might want to rethink who you give your love to". And all he had to do was say some nice things about President Donald Trump and wear a MAGA hat.
Teigen weighed in by saying she and John tried to handle the privately ... but clearly that did not work.
"In her YouTube video, "White Guilt", Owens claims that white people who speak against racial injustice are disingenuous, and are only doing so to heal the guilt they feel as white people".