Kanye West meets with former Trump fixer Michael Cohen -- while wearing a bizarre disguise: report
Kanye West talks in the Oval Office (Screen cap).

Rapper Kanye West, who repeatedly expressed support for former President Donald Trump during his one term in office, reportedly met on Tuesday with former Trump "fixer" Michael Cohen.

And what's more, reports the New York Post, he did so while wearing a bizarre disguise.

"Kanye West was spotted meeting again with former Trump fixer Michael Cohen for coffee on the Upper East Side on Tuesday — but this time, West was wearing the same strange prosthetic mask he'd been seen wearing at JFK Airport a day earlier," the paper writes. "The pair, as well as PR whiz Ronn Torossian and Israeli judo champ Or Sassoon, were spotted at Sant Ambroeus Coffee Bar at Loews Regency Hotel."

To make matters stranger, the Post's sources say that New York City mayoral candidate Eric Adams was also slated to meet with West on Tuesday, but Adams got caught up in a meeting.

Cohen tells the Post that West wore the mask so that he wouldn't get mobbed by fans during their meeting.

"The first 10 minutes we sat down, he was mobbed by people... who wanted photos, and to say hello," Cohen explains. "So he put on this mask to give him some anonymity, which interestingly enough, did not really work."

See photos of West wearing the mask here.