Kanye West arranged an impromptu meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower Tuesday morning.
A C-SPAN camera caught the rapper entering the Manhattan fabricating and getting on an elevator. A representative for president-elect Trump, Hope Hicks, confirmed the meeting with Business Insider political issues supervisor Oliver Darcy. However, no points of interest were given about what West and Trump were talking about.
Hicks did not instantly react to a demand for comment.
West and Trump later came back to the Trump Tower campaign together. “He’s a good man,” the president-elect said of the rapper. “We’ve been companions for quite a while.” When gotten some information about, Trump said, “Life.” West, thus, did not answer inquiries regarding his kidding 2020 presidential run or on the off chance that he would perform at the introduction. “I just wanted to take a picture right now,” he said.
This denotes West’s second open appearance since he was discharged from the hospital in late November in the wake of being conceded for depletion. As per reports, West was encountering bad dreams and restless evenings in the weeks paving the way to his hospitalization. Not just was the rapper amidst his Saint Pablo visit, yet he was apparently still shaken by the experience of discovering that looters had tied up his better half, Kim Kardashian West, in a Paris Hotel in October.
Before his hospitalization, West canceled the remainder of his Saint Pablo visit taking after a few wonderful shows. Enough, amid a show in San Jose, he unleashed a 25-minute political screed where he said that if he’d voted in the 2016 race, he “would’ve voted for Trump.”