Ye returned to Twitter Saturday afternoon after going dark last week, and live streamed himself from Africa, talking to the camera while constantly rubbing his forehead. appearing to be deep in thought and focused on his words.
Kanye also added: "I am the best living recording artist - we, rather, because the spirits flow through me".
During the SNL version of West's sitdown with Trump, West did most of the talking while Baldwin's voiceover echoed what Trump was thinking. "We're gonna be digging bodies out of the ground".
Trump then attempts to create rapport with the two, saying they are "real Chicago types, if you know what I mean", to "oohs" from the audience.
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The freaky meeting, laden with F-bombs, hugs and rambling monologues, was broadcast live by a number of media outlets. The pre-lunch meeting was also attended by former US football player Jim Brown and Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner .
But while they've traded compliments, does Donald Trump support Kanye West as much as the rapper supports him by actually listening to Kanye's music? "Kanye wants to be Trump's famous friend because Obama called Kanye a jackass and if the president of the United States called you a jackass you'd go, 'You know who I like?"
He "doesn't stop. He doesn't listen to anybody but himself".
"Oh my God, he's black me!" "I played football with a leather helmet, and my brain is still working better than his?" Eminem may have known that his fan base overlaps with Trump's supporters, or he may have caught on to the fact that his music "is more popular in parts of the United States that are disproportionately white". "Oh my Lord! What have I gotten myself into?" he says in an internal monologue.
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