Even though the world thinks that Kanye West and John Legend are “feuding,” it turns out they’re still pretty good friends. On the 27th of April, Kanye showed up to Chrissy Teigen’s surprise baby shower party and even posed for a self-portrait with the piano player.
West shared it on Twitter and captioned it with, “We got love. Agree to disagree.” As it was previously reported, Kanye West facilitated the ire of many when he implicitly supported the president of the United States, Donald Trump.
After a one-year break from using nearly all forms of social media, Kanye took to Twitter to post a series of tweets within a plethora of different topics.
And the tweet which sparked the controversy was when he posted a photo of himself and two other people with a “Make America Great Again,” hat, possibly one of the most hated symbols in the United States right now.
Additionally, John Legend texted Kanye privately and told him his support of the politician wasn’t a good look, and Kanye’s influence on the masses should not be taken lightly.
West screenshotted their conversation and posted it on Twitter claiming he wanted to show that it’s ok to disagree with people about things.
We got love. Agree to disagree pic.twitter.com/kaTcPYH0zL
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 28, 2018
Moreover, Kanye wrote in response to John that him bringing up his fans or “legacy” was a manipulation tactic to discourage Kanye’s freedom of thought and opinion.
And while some are genuinely outraged about Ye’s comments, an insider explained to us that it’s mostly just genius self-promotion and publicity.
As you may know. Kanye just dropped two new tracks on Friday night: “Lift Yourself,” and “Ye Versus The People.” Interestingly enough, TI was one of the people on social media who claimed that we had to “save” Kanye because he’s too important to the culture. However, if he was on Ye’s latest track, clearly he was aware of his views straight from the beginning.