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Kanye West defends his love for his ‘brother’ Donald Trump

Kanye West has once again declared his support for Donald Trump, calling the president his ‘brother’ and saying they both share ‘dragon energy’. 

The rapper launched a new tirade of tweets on Wednesday, in which he also referred to himself as a ‘future president’ who would one day ride in ‘Yeezy Force One’.   

In his new set of tweets, West proclaimed that the mob ‘can’t make me not love’ Trump before also proclaiming his support for Hillary Clinton. 

Kanye West has once again declared his support for Donald Trump, calling the president his ‘brother’ and saying they both share ‘dragon energy’

In his next tweet, Kanye wrote that he loved also Clinton and claimed that 'Trump is pretty much a 50 50 split' for the people in his life

In his next tweet, Kanye wrote that he loved also Clinton and claimed that ‘Trump is pretty much a 50 50 split’ for the people in his life

In December of 2016, he actually met with President Donald Trump but soon after deleted all his post about the President after he was hit with a wave of criticism

In December of 2016, he actually met with President Donald Trump but soon after deleted all his post about the President after he was hit with a wave of criticism

‘You don’t have to agree with trump but the mob can’t make me not love him,’ he wrote. 

‘We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don’t agree with everything anyone does. That’s what makes us individuals.’ 

‘And we have the right to independent thought.’ 

Less than an hour later, West tweeted that his wife Kim Kardashian had called him about the Trump tweet.  

‘My wife just called me and she wanted me to make this clear to everyone. I don’t agree with everything Trump does,’ he wrote.

‘I don’t agree 100% with anyone but myself.’

Less than an hour later, West tweeted that his wife Kim Kardashian had called him about the Trump tweet

Less than an hour later, West tweeted that his wife Kim Kardashian had called him about the Trump tweet

Kardashian (pictured with West in a recent family photo) was a vocal supporter of Clinton during the 2016 presidential election campaign 

Kardashian (pictured with West in a recent family photo) was a vocal supporter of Clinton during the 2016 presidential election campaign 

Last year West shared with a Californian concert audience that he would have voted for Trump

Last year West shared with a Californian concert audience that he would have voted for Trump

West first revealed his support for Trump shortly after the November 2016 election, when he told a California concert audience he would have voted for the Republican.

‘I told y’all I didn’t vote, right? But if I would’ve voted, I would’ve voted for Trump,’ he said.

‘We live in a racist country. That is a fact. This world is racist, OK? Let’s stop being distracted to focus on that as much.’  

But in a separate tweet on Wednesday, Kanye wrote that he loved also Clinton, who Kardashian publicly supported in the 2016 presidential election.

‘If your friend jumps off the bridge you don’t have to do the same,’ he began. ‘Ye being Ye is a fight for you to be you.’ 

 'I told y’all I didn’t vote, right? But if I would’ve voted, I would’ve voted for Trump,' he told the crowd shortly after the November 2016 election 

 ‘I told y’all I didn’t vote, right? But if I would’ve voted, I would’ve voted for Trump,’ he told the crowd shortly after the November 2016 election 

West continued to discuss free thought, saying he loves when 'people have their own ideas'

West continued to discuss free thought, saying he loves when ‘people have their own ideas’

‘For people in my life the idea of Trump is pretty much a 50 50 split but I don’t tell a Hillary supporter not to support Hillary I love Hillary too.’ 

The rapper continued to discuss free thought, saying he loves when ‘people have their own ideas’. 

‘You don’t have to be allowed anymore. Just be. Love who you want to love. That’s free thought,’ he wrote. 

‘I’m not even political. I’m not a democrat or a republican.’ 

West (pictured outside an LA music studio on Tuesday) recently came under fire for tweets supporting far right-wing media personality Candace Owens 

West (pictured outside an LA music studio on Tuesday) recently came under fire for tweets supporting far right-wing media personality Candace Owens 

But on Wednesday West declared that he was 'not scared anymore' and 'not scared of the media' either 

But on Wednesday West declared that he was ‘not scared anymore’ and ‘not scared of the media’ either 

West declared that he was ‘not scared anymore’ and ‘not scared of the media’.  

‘I’m not scared of the past and I’m optimistic about the future,’ he wrote. ‘This tweet is in love not fear.’ 

‘With love I am invincible,’ he continued in a separate tweet.    

‘Truth is subjective but love is the most powerful force in the world and the world needs to express more of it.’ 

‏’No race religion region or political party can argue with the power of love,’ another tweet read. 

West also began tweeting about love, saying it made him 'invincible' and that 'no race religion region or political party can argue with the power of love' 

West also began tweeting about love, saying it made him ‘invincible’ and that ‘no race religion region or political party can argue with the power of love’ 

West’s Wednesday afternoon tweets began with a proclamation that ‘traditional thinkers’ were locked in a ‘mental prison’. 

‘Free thinkers don’t fear retaliation for your thoughts,’ he wrote. ‘The traditional thinkers are only using thoughts and words but they are in a mental prison.’  

‘You are free. You’ve already won. Feel energized. Move in love not fear. Be afraid of nothing.’

West told his fans he was hitting them with his ‘zig zag thoughts’ and encouraged them to ‘unlearn linear thinking’, ‘decentralize’, and ‘burn that excel spread sheet’, phrases that were written in three separate tweets. 

The tweets came just hours after West confirmed he had cut ties with his longtime manager Scooter Braun. 

At one point during his stream-of-consciousness tweets, West shared a photo of eldest daughter North with a lady bug 

At one point during his stream-of-consciousness tweets, West shared a photo of eldest daughter North with a lady bug 

The tweets came just hours after West confirmed he had cut ties with his longtime manager Scooter Braun

The tweets came just hours after West confirmed he had cut ties with his longtime manager Scooter Braun

‘I no longer have a manager, I can’t be managed,’ he tweeted on Wednesday morning. 

‘I’m nobody’s client,’ a separate tweet read.  

Braun confirmed the news on Twitter this week, writing: ‘A man’s loyalty is truly tested when he is willing to stand by someone who will never show that same respect.

‘Don’t show that same love and loyalty waiting for reciprocation .. do it because your integrity demands.’ 

West also revealed he got rid of his last lawyer ‘because he wouldn’t come to work full-time’.  

‘I also asked my last manager to come work full time for Yeezy of course the last lawyer and manager said no,’ he explained, seemingly referring to Braun. 

‘So now I hired a CEO and a CFO and i have two full time lawyers as of now.’ 

The rapper proclaimed he was the 'single highest paid person in footwear' and said his fashion company Yeezy is the second 'fastest growing company in history' 

The rapper proclaimed he was the ‘single highest paid person in footwear’ and said his fashion company Yeezy is the second ‘fastest growing company in history’ 

West then went on to declare himself ‘this generation’s Ford Hughes Jobs Disney’, referring to Henry Ford, Howard Hughes, Steve Jobs, and Walt Disney. 

The rapper proclaimed he was the ‘single highest paid person in footwear’ and said his fashion company Yeezy is the second ‘fastest growing company in history’. 

‘It is a unicorn on its way to becoming a decacorn,’ he wrote. 

‘Yeezy will become the biggest apparel company in human history,’ West declared in another post. 

West’s tweets then turned to the media, as he called out both TMZ founder Harvey Levin as well as People Magazine for recent stories about the rapper.

‘Harvey Levin of TMZ your hearing from your future president,’ he wrote. ‘Let’s be friends. Please never use the word erratic to describe a person who is economically and psychologically empowered.’  

‘People magazine. Watch how you speak my name,’ another tweet read. ‘You would love a pair of Yeezys. Don’t play yourself.’ 

West also tweeted pictures of his home, asking his followers if it looked 'like the sunken place'

The 'sunken place' is a reference to the recent hit film Get Out

West also tweeted pictures of his home, asking his followers if it looked ‘like the sunken place’, which is a reference to the film Get Out

While Kardashian didn't call her husband about sharing pictures of their home on social media, she did tweet that it was against a rule they had made as a couple 

While Kardashian didn’t call her husband about sharing pictures of their home on social media, she did tweet that it was against a rule they had made as a couple 

The Harvey Levin tweet was one of two instances in which West referred to himself as the future president on Wednesday. 

In a tweet that followed shortly afterwards, he proclaimed: ‘When we become president we have to change the name of the plane from Air Force one to Yeezy force one’.

West then tweeted a number of sales figures for his Yeezy brand, proclaiming ‘the Yeezy 700 is adidas most requested shoe’ and ‘the Yeezy 350s sell 400 thousand pair in four hours. Only thing close to this is the iPhone’. 

The rapper also tweeted a picture of eldest daughter North with a lady bug as well as pictures of his home, writing: ‘do this look like the sunken place’, a reference to the recent hit film Get Out. 

At one point West's tweets turned to the media, as he called out both TMZ founder Harvey Levin and People magazine for recent stories about the rapper

At one point West’s tweets turned to the media, as he called out both TMZ founder Harvey Levin and People magazine for recent stories about the rapper

He also tweeted more pictures of his home, despite Kardashian's protests, and said he left his emojis 'Bart Simpson color' 

He also tweeted more pictures of his home, despite Kardashian’s protests, and said he left his emojis ‘Bart Simpson color’ 

West kept some of his other tweets simple, saying he would turn the 'Grammys into the Yammys' or declaring that he was 'nice at ping pong' 

West kept some of his other tweets simple, saying he would turn the ‘Grammys into the Yammys’ or declaring that he was ‘nice at ping pong’ 

As his stream-of-consciousness tweets continued, West revealed he leaves his emojis ‘Bart Simpson color’, that he’d turn the ‘Grammys into the Yammys’, and that he was ‘nice at ping pong’. 

‘I’m used to the heat of independent thoughts,’ he wrote at one point. 

West also revealed that he had songs coming out with A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott and Lil Uzi. 

In one tweet he wrote: ‘Trav we gotta drop the track with me you and Uzi this week bro. Let’s goooooooooooooooooooooooo’. 

‘Rocky we gotta release our songs ASAP,’ he said in another. 

West’s latest Twitter tirade comes just a day after popular New York radio host Ebro Darden claimed that rapper had previously battled an opioid addiction.  

West's latest Twitter tirade comes just a day after NY radio host Ebro Darden claimed that rapper had previously battled an opioid addiction before canceling his tour in 2016. The rapper is pictured here with Kardashian two months before his tour was canceled 

West’s latest Twitter tirade comes just a day after NY radio host Ebro Darden claimed that rapper had previously battled an opioid addiction before canceling his tour in 2016. The rapper is pictured here with Kardashian two months before his tour was canceled 

Sources have claimed that West (pictured in 2015) does not have an opioid addiction but that he does have an acute mental illness and that those close to him are concerned 

Sources have claimed that West (pictured in 2015) does not have an opioid addiction but that he does have an acute mental illness and that those close to him are concerned 

Darden took to his show Ebro In The Morning on HOT 97.1 in New York City on Monday to share the details of an alleged private conversation between him and West. 

He claimed West told him: ‘Nobody really showed love for me when I was addicted to opioids and in the hospital.’   

It had been thought that the time that West had suffered from exhaustion weeks after his wife Kim Kardashian was robbed of millions in jewelry in Paris.

West famously cancelled his Saint Pablo concert at the The Forum in Inglewood, California on November 20, 2016 before cancelling the rest of the tour the following day. 

However sources told The Blast on Monday that West does not have an addiction to opioids but was actually in the hospital for suffering extreme paranoia after not sleeping for over 48 hours.

In the same report, sources close to the rapper claimed that people in his ‘inner circle’ are concerned with his mental health.

They also claimed West has an acute mental illness which was even used as his defense in the lawsuit against Lloyds Of London over insurance money when it came to his canceled tour at the end of 2016. 

A day after Daren talked about an alleged discussion between the two, Kanye phoned into Ebro In The Morning on New York's Hot 97.1 radio station on Tuesday

A day after Daren talked about an alleged discussion between the two, Kanye phoned into Ebro In The Morning on New York’s Hot 97.1 radio station on Tuesday

One source told the publication: ‘We are all worried about his current mental health.’

They said a recent outburst by West at the studio had many worried as he shouted that he didn’t need ‘titles’ and that he could handle his career ‘all by himself’.  

After saying all business would be ‘handled in-house’ it is claimed that West finished the outburst by saying ‘Yeezy is the new Apple’.   

Kanye has had many buzzing since his return to Twitter last week but an insider for the publication said that his comments ‘aren’t making a lot of sense’ to his team.

It was believed that his social media flood were just to promote his upcoming albums, however, the site report that friends and family believe that he may be ‘spiraling into a dark place.’

A day after Darden claimed West had an opioid addiction, the rapper called into his show on Tuesday. 

But whenever Darden tried to ask him any questions, West would simply reply ‘I love you’ before breaking out into Stevie Wonder’s song I Just Called To Say I Love You. 

West then told the radio host: ‘Meet me up in person and then we can talk afterwards but I just called to say I love you’.  



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