It's getting harder and harder to see the gems between Kanye West's loose streams of consciousness.
During his meeting with president Donald Tump Thursday (Oct. 11), West went on a tangent about fancy planes, the state of his mental health, prison reform and the 13th amendment in the White House.
West also discussed clemency for Larry Hoover, who is serving life in prison in a Supermax facility, calling him a "beacon" and "a living statue". Instead, the company has suggested in the past that users select passcodes with unique significance only they may know.
West was not the only musician at the White House on Thursday.
West was at the White House to talk to Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, about prison reform, gang violence and manufacturing.
Both Brown and West have been vocal supporters of the president. "That was quite something".
Wearing his Make America Great Again hat in the Oval Office, 'Ye proclaimed his admiration for the controversial president before he told him about his purported misdiagnosis.
"He can speak for me anytime he wants", Trump said, gratefully.
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West is married to reality television star Kim Kardashian West, who successfully pushed Trump to grant a pardon to a drug offender earlier this year. I want to hear what Kanye West wants to do when we're talking about criminal justice reform or prisoner reentry - the fact is he can not.
He also revealed he had been diagnosed - wrongly, he said - with bipolar disorder.
Trump and West previously appeared together shortly after Trump's 2016 election in the lobby of Trump Tower in NY.
"At one time it was a pleasure to work alongside you. now, I'm ashamed to have ever been associated with you", T.I. added.
Setmayer called West an "attention whore" and a "token negro", while Sellers said "Kanye West is what happens when negroes don't read".
"It's very unfair to African-Americans it's very unfair to everybody".
The tête-à-tête also comes the same week as West's longtime rival, Taylor Swift, entered the political arena for the first time, encouraging her fans to register to vote and endorsing Tennessee Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen and House candidate Jim Cooper, also a Democrat. West launched into a soliloquy-peppered with occasional curse words-about his own upbringing, violence in Chicago and his unapologetic backing of a president who has found tepid support among other entertainers or black Americans. "This hat, it gives me power in a way".
"I love this guy right here", the serial Grammy-winning artist declared in the Oval Office, before taking the president in his arms. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) said as he stared, rapt, at a video replay of West in the Oval Office.