Kanye West comes out in support of 'brother' Trump, tweets selfie with MAGA cap
Thursday, 26 April 2018 American rapper Kanye West on Wednesday said he supported President Donald Trump and called him his 'brother'.
In a series of tweets, the 40-year-old rapper said, "You don't have to agree with trump but the mob can't make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don't agree with...
Celebrities Start Unfollowing Spree Against Kanye West After vocalizing his support for Donald Trump on Twitter, celebrities have started unfollowing the rapper in droves. Pop Crave reported Other celebrities The controversy all started
Christina Aguilera says Kanye West is just "misunderstood", following his recent string of controversial comments.
The 40-year-old rapper has made headlines recently after he voiced his support for.. Source: Splash News TV -
On Tuesday, Mill told CNN about the pep talk he gave to West amidst the twitter controversy that started over West’s support for President Trump. Meek Mill, to CNN Meek Mill, to CNN Mill added he.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
Reality star Kim Kardashian turned heads in a gold Versace dress at the star-studded 2018 Met Gala. Though he’s accompanied her for years, Kardashian’s husband Kanye West, who has been making.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
On the latest episode of 'Saturday Night Live,' Donald Glover hosted and served as musical guest, Stormy Daniels made a cameo and Kanye West's Trump tweets were mocked in a parody of 'The Quiet Place.' Source: The Hollywood Reporter -
The rapper's controversial support for President Trump has had a surprisingly small impact on his sneaker line, says Cam Wolf, fashion reporter at GQ.com. That could be because many of West's fans see.. Source: Cheddar Inc. -
Chrissy Teigen's baby shower go parodied on the most recent episode of 'Saturday Night Live.' Apparently, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian attended her baby show, even though her husband John Legend and.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
At the National Rifle Association's annual conference in Dallas on Friday, President Donald Trump reaffirmed his support of the Second Amendment and his commitment to 'harden' public schools, arm.. Source: Wochit News -