Rap royalty Kanye West just recently deleted five Tweets from his timeline aimed for the defense of the now elected President of the United States of America, Mr. Donald Trump.
Speculations have it that the rap star deleted five messages addressed to the President on his Twitter timeline sometime between Sunday night and Monday morning.
This left social media and fans of the star and friends alike in bafflement as Kanye is known to be very vocal in supporting Trump even though this step received lots of backlash from fans and even from West's famous confidante, John Legend. West even praised Trump on stage in a concert tour in Saint Pablo back in November stating that he would have voted for Trump for he strongly believes in Mr. Trump's "way of communication", stating that it is "very radical."
The rap star's support and confidence for the elected President even led to Kanye meeting with Trump back in December at Trump Tower.
"I wanted to meet with Trump today to discuss multicultural issues," and that "These issues included bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago," West posted on his Twitter Timeline last December 13, 2016, for he hopes to keep the issue as a priority for the Trump administration.
The series of Tweet was even followed by another post stating that he feels it is very important to have a direct line of communication with the "future President" if they truly wanted change.
Earlier, a reliable source with understanding on reasons why West wants to meet with Trump told CNN that Kanye's main concern is regarding the state of his hometown, Chicago.
According to the source West is trying to find ways to enforce change for that specific issue and that it has been dwelling on Kanye's mind for years, West has also been heard talking about Chicago's state with family and friends on numerous occasions.