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Kanye West encourages fans to spread love, calls President Donald Trump his brother

Grammy Award winner Kanye West is a famous American rapper who has sold millions of albums worldwide. This week he is making entertainment headlines after posting a series of tweets and posting a photo wearing a Make America Great Again hat. President Donald Trump responded back on Twitter to some of the tweets, one stating, "Thank you Kanye, very cool!" 

In his tweets, Kanye West has been encouraging people to love each other no matter who they voted for. In his tweets he is seen encouraging fans to be themselves and not care what others think, and “get past the past.” Kanye West also tweeted, “People respect people for following the general trend and consensus.” Earlier in the week he was tweeting about how slavery is now “a mentality,” and that “self victimization is a disease.” Kanye also tweeted, "Obama was in office for eight years and nothing in Chicago changed."

Here are some of Kanye West’s most recent tweets from Thursday: 


The controversial tweeting started on April 21st, when he tweeted that he likes the way Candace Owens think. Owens is an African American conservative commentator, writer, and communications director for Turning Point USA. She has been seen on television channels such as Fox News.  

Here are some of his other tweets: 




You can see more on his Twitter page by clicking here or on https://twitter.com/kanyewest. 


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