Kanye West and Donald Trump are tweeting at each other. Here's why


Away from the chat about "dragon energy" and MAGA hats, it's been easy to forget in the past 24 hours that Ye initially piqued the interest of his fans earlier this week by teasing a whole raft of upcoming projects - including his next solo record.

However, being a feminist, there are times I have to recognize that my bias toward a person does not mean I should be sexist towards them or allow sexism to be the catalyst for that hate. "You know, I think it was just a custom".

It went on for a bit after that, with West tweeting out a MAGA hat, plus making several references to loving everyone. The "All Of Me" singer responded in a series of tweets of his own about the harmful impact Trump's administration has on the lives of millions of Americans, but he also made a more private attempt to get Kanye to see things from a different perspective.

There's one thing you can not deny about Kanye, and that is that he's a genius.

The source added, "It's the same idea as a wife who stands in front of the TV when her husband is engrossed in a football game".

Just as the influx of tweets settled down, Kim Kardashian West, who is married to Kanye and supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, shared her thoughts about her husband's comments on Twitter. But many people of color don't have "the luxury of closing their eyes and ears", he continued, ending with: "I love that great, brilliant artists have the power to imagine a better future".

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Even after the stars, who are both known for their love of social media, moved into the house, details on the new mansion were few and far between.

"I tweeted the John text to show that there are people around me that disagree with me and voice their opinion", he wrote.

Naturally, the father of three's words sparked a torrent of reactions, many of them negative, including one seeming to come from West's friend John Legend. "Same Ye from the Vmas, same Ye from the telethon".

After Kanye published several tweets referencing "the sunken place" - and getting a friendly scolding by Kim for posting pictures of their home - Get Out creator Jordan Peele had a hilarious response. Though he is no longer on West's team, West kept the door open for him to return: "I'd like Scooter Braun to be a part of this new platform we're creating", the rapper tweeted Wednesday afternoon. "And sometimes, I guess it makes it to Twitter". "I can't be managed". "I always felt like Little Homie before and that allowed me in all of their circles", Smith said. And I'm not scared anymore.

The report reveals that some celebrities seemed to take issue with Kanye West's tweets as well.

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