Kanye West, one of the few Black celebrities who threw their support behind Donald Trump, is no longer supporting the president.
The signs of West’s change of heart started showing last week when Long Island rapper King Myers, a new signee to West’s G.O.O.D. music label, released “Propaganda,” — an anti-Trump anthem produced by West that calls for the impeachment of the new President and voices solidarity with refugees, immigrants and Muslims.
The during the Super Bowl last night, Kanye deleted all the tweets he had supporting Trump.
His surprising support for Trump was met with anger and confusion in the hip-hop community as activists and artists gear up for a political battle against the Trump administration amid fears that Trump could threaten civil rights of minority groups.
It is believed that Kanye is no longer supporting Trump because of pressure from his fans and other Black celebrities like John Legend.