Kanye West in a self-proclaimed genius, who always stays in the news for his bizarre behavior.
He was making a lot of controversy on Twitter this week, and now he has defended his support for the President Trump in his new song.
The name of the track is Ye vs. The People, in which West having sort of a rap-dialogue with another rapper named ‘T.I.’, who is against the current president of the United States.
T.I. mocked him by opening his line, ‘You representin’ dudes who seem crude and cold-hearted.’ He also called Kanye an emboldener of ‘white supremacy’.
Kanye rebutted the claim of the fellow-rapper by stating that he’s ‘fighting of the people’.
He continued by pointing out his ‘Make America Great Again’ signature hat of Trump and said ‘Wearing the hat will show people that we are equal.’
‘Yoi gotta see the vantage point of the people.’ Replied T.I. ‘What makes you feel equal makes the feel evil,’ he added.
West continued spitting his philosophy.
‘Make America Great Again had a negative perception,’ he says. ‘I took it, wore it, rocked it, gave it a new direction/ Added empathy, caring, love and affection/ And y’all simply questioning my methods.’
Kanye has received fierce criticism for many online for his support of Trump and Conservatives like Scott Adams and Candace Owens, who has spoken against the BLM movement.
He first indicated his support for the Trump in 2016 YS tour when he was President-elect.
In his Twitter spree that took place last week, he called Trump his brother and said that both of them shared the same dragon energy.
Then he took the middle ground later when he claimed that he did not agree with everything Trump does, as a matter of fact he doesn’t completely agree with anyone except himself.
Many people are calling him an attention seeker, while others are supporting his views.