Just when things appeared to be blowing over between Travis Scott and Kanye West, the Astroworld rapper has gone and brought up the whole Trump thing.
Kanye, 41, has upset many fans with his ongoing public support for Trump, which led to a controversial lunch meeting at the White House in October.
However, the Famous rapper has since distanced himself from the US President, writing on Twitter that he now realises hes been used to spread messages he doesnt believe in.
Now Kylie Jenners boyfriend and baby daddy has spoken about Kims husbands political views, and he made it pretty clear he didnt agree.
I dont know, bro, Travis laughed when questioned by Rolling Stone on what he thought about the public support.
He went on: I mean, shit, Id tell him, “Bro, chill. What you gotta understand is, young black kids are looking up to you, and the message you used to preach in your earlier music? Itll make a young black kid – itll make any kid – confused.”
Ye deals with different shit in his life. Thats family. You dont wanna desert your bro. Everybody go through shit. He still a dope musician. But hes definitely hit me up about it, and Ive told him, “Man, you got kids looking up to you, feel me?”
Its no wonder Travis was so diplomatic with his answer; he and Kanye have only just smoothed things over after fighting over Drake.
Things came to a head recently when the 26-year-old shared a selfie on Instagram, with a Nike sock on his chest. While it could have just been a coincidence, fans – and Yeezy – were convinced it was a bizarre dig at the dad-of-three and a nod to Drakes track, which mocks him for having a deal with Adidas.
The next day Kanye took to Twitter – where else – to post: Meeting with Trav tonight bet it never be a checks over stripes line again on a Trav song on Donda, before later adding theyd met and expressed themselves and it was all love.
He was then seen supporting Travis at one of his gigs.
Lets hope Kanye doesnt take offence at Travis mentioning the T word, then…
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