AceShowbiz - Kanye West has been known as one of Donald Trump supporters, something that earns him hate and criticism from fellow black people for years. However, if a new report is to be believed, the "Gold Digger" rapper may have a hidden agenda that actually benefits black community.
According to an Instagram post by the High Snobiety, Kanye has been "faking" his support for POTUS. The account further claims that the husband of Kim Kardashian is "wearing his MAGA (Make America Great Again) hats so that he could get people out of jail."
The Instagram page also reports that Kanye is planning to stop his support for Trump now that he will be voted out of office in a few months.
"GLC claims that Kanye has gotten rid of all his MAGA hats & was reportedly just wearing them to get innocent people out of jail," says the account. The rapper and fellow G.O.O.D. artist allegedly shared on "The Red Pill" podcast, "Kanye actually gave me the boxes of hats. He said, 'I'm never wearing these again.' "
It was also reported that Kanye said, "I'm just telling you that we got that amazing woman out of jail in Florida, right? We didn't get to have that meeting until I put the hat on." The page claims that Kanye is now "back to the old Kanye" and is planning to promote the Black Lives Matter protests not only in the U.S. but also around the world.
This arrives after Kanye was seen joining Black Lives Matter march in Chicago. In the Thursday, June 4 clip, the Yeezy founder was seen wearing a hoodie with his face covered. Joining the protest isn't the only thing that Kanye did in solidarity for the BLM movement.
The "Power" hitmaker set up a college fund for the daughter of tragic police brutality victim George Floyd as part of a generous donation drive. He promised to fully cover the tuition fees for George's six-year-old girl, Gianna, after the Minnesota resident died at the hands of a white police officer last week, May 25.
In addition, Kanye stepped up and donated a total of $2 million to date to George's family, and the relatives of fellow slain African-Americans Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, to help with legal fees as they fight for justice for their loved ones.