Kanye West has revealed he has been team Trump all along.
During his Saint Pablo tour stop in San Jose, California on Thursday night he said that he would have voted for Donald Trump had he cast a ballot in the presidential election.
“I said something that was kind of politically correct. I told you all I didn’t vote,
“But I didn’t tell you – I guess I told you – but if I would have voted, I would have voted for Trump.”
When some people in the crowd booed him and someone yelled shut the f-k up, he said:
“There’s methods, non-political methods to speaking, that I like, that I feel were very futuristic. That style and method of communication has proven that it can be a politically correct way of communication. And I f— with that.”
“What do you believe? That’s your opinion. Express your opinion, bro. Express your opinion. Thank you,”
“That’s a woman right there saying ‘I love you’ after I just said that there was things that I liked about Trump’s campaign. That’s not supposed to happen, right? No! That’s not supposed to happen, right?”
On contesting in 2020, he said:
“I don’t say 2020 out of disrespect to our president at all. I’m not saying that, ‘Aw, man, that just means anybody can win.’ That’s not what I’m saying when I say 2020. I’m just saying I’ve got some ideas about the way we should connect our ideas,” West said.
“We should use opposite parties – that the Republicans, that the Democrats, that everyone who ran that had an idea that people agreed with should be the collective ideas that are used to run the country. That should mean more. So it’s things that Benjamin Carson believes in that I believe in; I think that Benjamin Carson should still be a consultant. I think that Hillary Clinton should still be a consultant. I think Bill Clinton should still be a consultant. I think Obama should still be a consultant. Instead of, ‘Oh, I don’t f— with your principles so now I’m not going to give you no information that could help you help all of us”