Kanye West doubles down on Trump support

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"You don't have to agree with trump but the mob can't make me not love him", said the rapper in one of the tweets. He is my brother.

Today, he mentioned that he would always have love for Donald Trump, even if he doesn't agree with him 100%. We have the right to independent thought, which is what makes us individuals - wrote West.

While some folks wish Kanye would stop tweeting, some are concerned that the Chicago rapper-proudcuer is going through a mental breakdown with some of his weird tweets.

"You are free. You've already won", he added.

Kanye West was clear to tell his almost 28 million followers that he also loves Hillary Clinton, the Democrat defeated by Mr Trump.

West's relationship with Trump has frequently raised questions and this evening he tweeted that his wife, TV star Kim Kardashian, wanted him to clarify his support of the US President.

West's wife Kim Kardashian West later responded with a defense of her "expressive" husband, saying the media was unfair for being "quick to label him as having mental health issues for just being himself".

However, after recent comments about Donald Trump, the rapper took to Twitter, once again, to speak on Obama.

But in February of a year ago, West deleted all of his tweets supporting Mr. Trump. She went on to say that Kanye is entitled to his opinion about Trump, even though hers is "very different". "His brother Donald Trump Jr appropriated Hillary Clinton's slogan, "#ImWithHer", when he retweeted a Kardashian West post in which she denounced the media for calling the rap superstar erratic. (The hat's slogan, which was Trump's campaign slogan, dates back centuries as a xenophobic call to action.) The caption reads, "my hat is signed;" accompanying the photo were a number of fire emojis.

She said he will "never run in the race of popular opinion", as she added: 'Kanye is ahead of his time'. Just be. Love who you want to love.

You may remember Kanye and Trump's fateful meeting at Trump Tower in New York City previous year to discuss, as Kanye put it, "multicultural issues".

Rapper, designer, and avid Twitter enthusiast Kanye West wrote a deluge of tweets on Wednesday afternoon that divided his many fans.

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