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Kanye West turns back on Donald Trump in SHOCK outburst: 'I've been used'

Kanye West turns back on Donald Trump in SHOCK outburst: 'I've been used'

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Kanye West has been an outspoken advocate of Donald Trump and his administration since he landed the job in the White House.Kim Kardashian's husband has been pictured on numerous occasion wearing the red 'MAGA' (Make America Great Again) baseball cap, donned by Trump supporters.He also recently gave an impassioned, expletive-ridden speech in the Oval Office, hitting out at his haters, before hugging Trump in a warm embrace.But he is no longer on the Trump bandwagon if his Twitter page is anything to go by. Related Articles Distancing himself from the MAGA movement, Kanye wrote: "My eyes are now wide open and I now realise I've been used to spread messages I don't believe in."I am distancing myself from politics and completely focusing on being creative."Kanye &...
What is Blexit? Kanye West's new clothing line

What is Blexit? Kanye West's new clothing line

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Keeping up with Kanye's fashion is a full-time job, what with Yeezy trainers, jumpers that are too big and slippers that are too small. But this time, West has lent his design skills to raise awareness of how black people feel about politics. How they feel about Democrats, to be specific.The rapper has created a line for Candace Owens, who is urging black Americans to abandon the party by supporting Blexit - the black exit from the Democratic Party. The Left launched a war on police officers to secure the black vote. Their media used the horrific death of Philando Castile to manipulate black minds. Never again will we allow this. pic.twitter.com/3zMSkQlw9x— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) July 6, 2018 Ms Owens, a vocal suppor...
Trump's stunned silence as Kanye rants in White House

Trump's stunned silence as Kanye rants in White House

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Kanye West appeared to stun Donald Trump into silence as he delivered an expletive-filled rant at the White House. Meeting the president in front of reporters and photographers in the Oval Office, the superstar rapper gave Mr Trump little chance to speak as he made a wide-ranging, off-the-cuff address.He sported a "Make America Great Again" hat - popularised during the president's campaign in 2016 - and revealed that his friends had tried to scare him into not wearing it.Nevertheless, he said he had "enough balls to put on this hat" as it made him feel like "superman", adding: "People expect that if you're black, you have to be Democrat." Image: Kanye West shows Donald Trump his mobile phone in the Oval Office Speaking...
Lana Del Rey confronts Kanye West over support for Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live

Lana Del Rey confronts Kanye West over support for Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live

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Lana Del Rey has criticised Kanye West for his support of Donald Trump.The singer, who performed at West's wedding to Kim Kardashian in 2014, described his endorsement of the US president as "a loss for the culture".She wrote to West after an appearance on Saturday Night Live, which ended with an unscripted, pro-Trump rant. "I can only assume you relate to his personality on some level," wrote Del Rey. "Delusions of grandeur, extreme issues with narcissism."None of which would be a talking point if we weren't speaking about the man leading our country."If you think it's alright to support someone who believes it's OK to grab a woman by the pussy just because he's famous, then you need an intervention just as much as he does."She ...
Trump praises Kanye but ignores gravely ill John McCain

Trump praises Kanye but ignores gravely ill John McCain

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Donald Trump has been criticised for praising Kanye West at his latest rally, while failing to acknowledge gravely ill senator John McCain. The US president mentioned the rapper and his reality TV star wife Kim Kardashian at a fundraising dinner for the Ohio Republican Party in Columbus on Friday evening.However, he refrained from sending a message to Senator John McCain, 81, whose family had earlier announced that he would no longer continue medical treatment for a stage-four brain tumour.The White House has also remained silent on the news.Referring to his poll figures, Mr Tump said during his speech: "All of a sudden those numbers started going up, up, up, and we did great."Now we're doing great and Kanye West liked me. And that really lifted my [numbers]. ...