His 40 minute-long preach: Kanye is talking politics and it’s not pretty

Kanye West shocked fans when he revealed that he supported Donald Trump in the recent American presidential election.

The Grammy Award winning rapper made the revelation while performing at his Saint Pablo tour in San Jose.

“I told y’all I didn’t vote, right? But if I would have voted, I would have voted Trump" said the controversial star, in a video uploaded by a concert attendee.

One fan live Tweeted Kanye's alleged 40 minute political preaching.

Kanye "is glad Trump inspired racists to reveal themselves." "This is the beginning," said the rapper. 

Kanye also reportedly reiterated his ambitions to run for president in the 2020 elections.

"Rappers are the philosophers of our now, celebrities are the influencers of our now, just look at the president, he wasn't in politics and won," said the star. 

Most Hollywood A-listers, such a George Clooney, Beyonce and Kendall Jenner were resoundingly in support of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

Kanye also shared his opinions about the Clinton campaign over several speeches during the concert, and said that he "loved" Trump's debate style.

One concert attendee reportedly threw something at the singer, who then threatened to cancel the show and asked: "Am I not allowed to have an opinion?"

"I'm a human being too, I have feelings, I liked the debates, Im a guy and a rapper, I'm a non political rebel, the debates were entertaining"

The rapper is said to have stopped multiple songs during the concert to continue discussing Trump's "genius." 

Never shy of ruffling a few feathers, the rapper then said that the Saint Pablo tour was a safe place for people all all political beliefs. 

The singer recently shared a piece of artwork of himself sitting in the Oval Room of the White House, reinforcing his intentions to run for president in the next elections.

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