Ever since he tweeted about his admiration for far-right Trump supporter Candace Owens, Kanye West has been cosigned by a new gang of conservative personalties.
Along with Owens, the Chicago rapper was praised by former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, conspiracy theorist and Info Wars host Alex Jones, and others.
West, who announced his new album will drop in June, also tweeted a series of videos from far-right figurehead Scott Adams, who said Kanye freed people from their mental prisons.
Adams streamed a Periscope called "Scott Adams tells you how Kanye showed the way to The Golden Age. With coffee"
In several clips, tweeted by Kanye, Adams explained how the tweet of support for Candace Owens shook the country
Adams praised Kanye for "altering reality"
Adams also credited Kanye for putting himself in conversation with Candace Owens and unleashing a new way of thinking
It should come as no surprise Owens echoed Adams' videos and praised Kanye for changing Black mentality
Although Owens claims to be speaking for the freedom of Black thought, she has also been vocally opposed to groups such as Black Lives Matter.
After he tweeted the series of Adams videos, Kanye was applauded by Bill O'Reilly and Alex Jones
Despite their new support of Yeezy, O'Reilly, Jones, Owens, and others were slammed for only celebrating Black free speech when it fits their narrative
The entire Kanye twitter rant had many people on the right saying Kanye has been "redpilled," a term used when a liberal becomes more aligned with the right or the antithesis of woke