Blacks disappointment with the record of Democrats beginning to show
Kanye West’s blizzard of tweets supporting President Trump won the support of another major hip hop artist — Chance the Rapper.You can catch some of West's more profane statements about his change in attitude here. Conservative Candace Owens is a black woman who apparently triggered this change in attitude by her remarks to a group from Black Lives Matter where she questioned why they choose to be victims instead of being free like her.
Chance, whose real name is Chancelor Jonathan Bennett, retweeted one of Mr. West’s thoughts about not having to agree with Mr. Trump on everything.
Chance then said Mr. West was fine mentally and the hubbub surrounding him was demeaning.
“Black people don’t have to be democrats,” Chance said in one tweet.
Presidential son Donald Trump Jr. retweeted and endorsed Chance’s tweet on non-Democrats.
“It’s always incredible to watch a cultural shift happen in real time. I respect those willing to take the lead breaking with convention. That takes guts… though there’s a better word for it,” Mr. Trump wrote, following the thought with two basketball emojis.