Kanye West ends Donald Trump support, deletes all pro-Trump tweets

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Kanye West has been very proud of supporting Donald Trump's presidential bid a year ago.

Following the December meeting, Us quoted a source who said, "Kanye respects the idea that Trump was able to speak to a group of people in the country that had been largely forgotten by the media".

TMZ reported that West has been unhappy with Mr Trump's first two weeks in office.

Still, who could forget that fateful meeting between the newly elected President and a flaxen-haired West at Trump Tower only days after the artist left the hospital?

But this post and others about the meeting, during which he had planned to discuss "bullying, supporting teachers, modernising curriculums and violence in Chicago", were missing from his account on Monday.

Now though, it appears Kanye's Trump-related tweets have been deleted.

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President Trump and Kanye's relationship surprised many after the rapper revealed at one of his concerts that he would have voted for Trump, if he had voted at all.

All of those tweets from West are now gone, as is one displaying a signed copy of President Trump's latest Time magazine cover. Particularly, West allegedly did not approve of Trump's executive order on immigration and travel ban.

Kanye West is not down with The Donald anymore. "But if I were to vote, I would have voted on Trump".

Keeping up with Kim Kardashian West is often the best way to know what's going on with her husband. The talented, albeit eccentric rapper, had told the San Jose crowd that he did not vote, but if he had, he would have cast his ballot for the real estate mogul.

Knowing West, he is probably still pissed that Trump wouldn't let him perform at his inauguration. The 44-year-old rapper on Big Sean's new album had called Trump a b***h and said he would destroy his brand.