Kanye West Deletes Tweets Supporting Trump

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Whatever it was, it caused Kanye West to delete all mentions of Trump from his infamous Twitter account.

In what can only be described as a turn up for the books, Kanye West seems to have done a total 360 and deleted all trace of Donald Trump from his social media.

After their meeting in Trump Tower, Trump told reporters that the two discussed "life" and have been "friends for a long time".

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Kanye additionally wrote about issues on which he felt he could influence Trump, writing, "These issues include bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago".

The rapper then continued tweeting, claiming that he and West worked together on the track, implying that he was the one who ultimately convinced West to sever ties with Trump. And before that, the 39-year-old rapper tweeted out the cover of Migos' latest album, Culture. The source added that the Muslim ban was the last straw.

Kardashian West has been a vocal opponent of Trump and his policies for a while.

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The rapper stirred controversy before a high profile public meltdown when he voiced support for Mr Trump during a lengthy rant at a November concert.

After previously saying he would have voted for Donald Trump in the presidential election, Kanye West has now deleted all of his tweets supportive of the new president, according to TMZ. However, it is not the only sore relationship in hip hop circles. His reasoning for meeting with the president at the end of December, however, was sound. From the man who once claimed "George Bush doesn't care about black people", it's slightly easier to believe the former, although who even knows anything anymore.

Eminem on the other hand has never been one to mince words.

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Kanye West performs during the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards in August 2016 at Madison Square Garden in NY.