Kanye West's comments about President-elect Donald Trump have twitter up in arms.
Last night, during the "Saint Pablo" tour stop in San Jose, California, Kanye West came off with one of his most controversial rants to date. The rapper purported that although he didn't vote, if he did, it would have been for Donald Trump. Kanye expressed an admiration of Trump's debate tactics (or lack thereof??) and also announced that he would be running for President in 2020.
His comments have caught the ire of the internet. Twitter has been reacting to, and meme'ing his rant all morning. We've gathered some of those reactions below.
What are your thoughts on his commentary?
All of the rights pic.twitter.com/XQX2cl6cAU— i feel dat (@brinklielol) November 18, 2016
Kanye is on stage praising Trump & telling BP to stop talking about race so much.— Tora Shae (@BlackMajiik) November 18, 2016
This is exactly why they won't let Blue play at his house
When you're disappointed in Kanye then someone turns on Ultralight Beam pic.twitter.com/myO4IwE02O— AndreasChoice (@AndreasChoice) November 18, 2016
Kanye 10 years ago: GEORGE BUSH IS RACIST!— SHAH RUKH KHAN fan (@alghoog5107) November 18, 2016
Kanye 2 years ago: THE FASHION INDUSTRY IS RACIST!
Kanye now: STOP TALKING ABOUT RACISM!
It seems pretty crazy that Kanye thinks Donald Trump should be president until you remember that Kanye also thinks Kanye should be president— . (@browniecdg) November 18, 2016
I miss the old Kanye— JAY ₆ (@VIEWSFROMJAY) November 18, 2016
The socially woke Kanye
Called Bush a joke Kanye
He used his vote Kanye
Blu: Daddy, how come people keep saying bad things about Uncle Kanye?— lily (@Lily_FromLA) November 18, 2016
Jay: That's not your uncle babygirl pic.twitter.com/StfiNqsI0s
Trump: "look at my African American over there"— Moe Alayan (@MoeAlayan) November 18, 2016
Kanye West is a perfect example of how fame & wealth can corrupt your basic moral values. 2004 Kanye wouldn't even recognize 2016 Kanye.— NUFF$AID (@nuffsaidNY) November 18, 2016
I can see why Kanye likes Trump campaign. Even with all the craziness, it had a smoother rollout than Life of Pablo.— Hannibal Buress (@hannibalburess) November 18, 2016
Kanye: My fan base is growing again!— samophilus london (@samanthamadrona) November 18, 2016
Kanye to Kanye: tell them you support trump. pic.twitter.com/gQjm94aGXM
Kanye West and Stacey Dash haven't been black since they broke up at the airport pic.twitter.com/DfSxi3xZgN— Zoe 🇭🇹🇭🇹🇭🇹 (@YourFavoriteZoe) November 18, 2016