'WTF is happening?': Internet loses it over Trump and Kanye's revived bromance
Donald Trump (left) and Kanye West (right) embrace in the foyer of Trump Tower in late 2016. Image via Timothy A. Clary/AFP.

Nearly a year-and-a-half after their infamous meeting of the minds at Trump Tower following the 2016 presidential election, rapper Kanye West and President Donald Trump appear to have reunited following a series of tweets in which the artist openly endorsed the president. Twitter, as is their custom, is completely losing it as West goes full MAGA.


One user mused that Trump-supporting West has "gotta be a clone" of the man who criticized then-President George W. Bush after Hurricane Katrina for not caring about black people.

BuzzFeed News' Darren Sands, meanwhile, found a surprising similarity between the two men: that they were both "humiliated in public by Barack Obama" and don't appear to have "recovered" from it.

Keith Boykin, a former Obama White House staffer and current CNN commentator, noted that Trump's use of West's views, which are "non-representative" of African Americans as a group, is part of "a long history dating back to slavery" and that he's doing so "to justify the policies of white supremacy."

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