Here’s What Twitter Thinks Of Kanye West’s Cosign Of Candace Owen

Here’s What Twitter Thinks Of Kanye West’s Cosign Of Candace Owen

Here’s What Twitter Thinks Of Kanye West’s Cosign Of Candace Owen

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Kanye West’s stream-of-consciousness return to Twitter amassed 4.2 million tweets, but it is his cosign of controversial YouTuber Candace Owens that has people in an uproar.

Kanye West’s return to Twitter has made his fans and fiends all excited. With word that he was writing his philosophy book in “real-time,” plus the news of four new G.O.O.D. Music albums, including one with Yeezy and Kid Cudi album, an album from Teyana Taylor, and one solo project that contains only seven songs — Kanye Tudda tweeted one of his most controversial opinions of all time.

Yes, of ALL TIME!

If you’re unfamiliar with the Conservative YouTube pundit, consider this: She’s been hailed as the next Tomi Lahren, has appeared on Alex JonesInfoWars, and her clip of berating #BlackLivesMatter has recently gone viral. Originally rising to fame as the creator of YouTube channel “Red Black Pill,” Owens has also appeared at the Conservative Political Action Conference due to her online success.

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West’s tweet in support of Owens has been hailed by many as a dangerous move. Considering how many people follow and adore Kanye, his tweet may embolden others with questionable rhetoric to double down and make life even harder for black-and-brown.

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Add to the mix that a lot of people reacted to the tweet (Donald Trump, Roseanne Barr) and Owens herself retweeted the tweet, and things are looking pretty odd-world for the Chicago rapper-producer. “Please take a meeting with me,” Owens requested of Kanye. “I tell every single person that everything that I have been inspired to do, was written in your music. I am my own biggest fan, because you made it okay. I need you to help wake up the black community.”

To understand just how problematic this is, we found some real talk reactions from people on Twitter. Check them out below.

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