Watch: Kanye West Stuns Audience on ‘SNL’ Over Pro-Trump Speech

Kanye West, who recently changed his name to “Ye,” showed up to “Saturday Night Live” this weekend with a Make America Great Again hat. It was a preview of what was to come.

Ye performed three songs, “I Love It” and “K.T.S.E.,” and “Ghost Town,” before grabbing the mic once more at the end of the show and telling the audience about his love for President Trump. His speech did not make it on to the television broadcast, but some viewers found it online. . .

“So many times I talk to a white person and [they] say, ‘How could you like Trump, he’s racist?’ Well, if I was concerned about racism I would have moved out of America a long time ago,” West said. . .

Kanye went on to bash the Democrats who he says take “fathers out the home and promote welfare.” As you can see above, it made the cast pretty uncomfortable. Other social media users who had been following Chris Rock’s Instagram found the comedian laughing at West throughout the speech.

West first revealed his love for Trump in April on Twitter. He called the president his brother and tweeted a picture of him of wearing a MAGA hat. It angered plenty of people in Hollywood, but the artist did not back down, even when pressed by late night host Jimmy Kimmel. (Read more from “Watch: Kanye West Stuns Audience on ‘SNL’ Over Pro-Trump Speech” HERE)

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