Kanye West's support for President Trump appears to have faded away.
The hip-hop star — who made waves last year when he sat down with the President at Trump Tower — deleted every tweet he posted after their meeting because he's displeased with the commander-in-chief's actions since taking office, TMZ reported.
West, 39, reportedly decided to cleanse his page of anything Trump-related since he's unhappy with several of the billionaire's moves thus far — including his controversial immigration ban.
The apparent change of heart comes less than two months after the "Fade" rapper stopped by Manhattan's glitzy Trump Tower to meet with the President for 15 minutes.
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Neither Trump nor West disclosed the purpose of the meeting when they appeared in the building's golden lobby afterward, but the rapper tweeted later in the day that he wanted to "discuss multicultural issues."
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"These issues included bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago," he continued on Twitter. "I feel it is important to have a direct line of communication with our future President if we truly want change."
West concluded the Twitter missive with the hashtag #2024, apparently announcing his decision to push back his much-promised run for president by four years.
All of those tweets from West are now gone, as is one displaying a signed copy of President Trump's latest Time magazine cover.
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West had previously voiced his support for Trump in November at a San Jose, Calif. concert during his "Saint Pablo Tour" by revealing he would've voted for the billionaire had he actually bothered to cast a ballot.
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President Trump's inauguration committee, however, chose not to ask West to perform at the inauguration last month.
"It's not the venue," Tom Barrack, the chair for the committee, told CNN. "The venue we have for entertainment is filled out, it's perfect, it's going to be typically and traditionally American, and Kanye is a great guy but we just haven't asked him to perform."
The rapper's wife, Kim Kardashian, supported Hillary Clinton in last year's election.
President Trump's travel ban — which temporarily bars refugees and the citizens of seven predominantly Muslim nations from entering the United States — has been met with criticism from multiple celebrities, including Ashton Kutcher and Julia Louis-Dreyfus at last month's SAG Awards.
It remains to be seen if West plans to revitalize his plan to run for the American seat of power in 2020.Send a Letter to the Editor