Kanye West raised some eyebrows earlier this week when he went on a Twitter binge and tweeted about everything from working on Nas' upcoming album to sharing videos from cartoonist Scott Adams and supporting Candace Owens' thought process. Amid all the Kanye controversy, Ye's fellow G.O.O.D. Music rapper CyHi the Prynce sparked his own debate about President Donald Trump and also shared his beliefs about Martin Luther King Jr. and slavery on Twitter.

CyHi reposted a news report about 'Ye professing his love for President Trump and defended Kanye, saying, "Why is everybody so scared of Trump I bet you right now I can look up a thousand songs, TV shows etc where his name is mentioned before he ran for office y'all scared of a man that tells y'all how he feel about you smh y'all to sensitive most of y'all talk behind people back lol." 

After defending his words a bit more to angry fans, CyHi added, "Y'all do know Martin Luther King was republican," which caused one user to threaten to "unfollow" the artists under Kanye's G.O.O.D. Music label.

"So he wasn't before Kennedy was in office?? Please inform see man it's sad that I'm trying to put on the game congress really plays and y'all acting like we tripping we know the president it's who runs the world it's the congress behind them and those are gangsters," he explained in one tweet.

Elsewhere in his rant, CyHi suggested that hip-hop played a part in Trump's popularity given all the songs that reference the former reality star but insisted that he's "not going to give trump or any man victory over me period."

Take a look at CyHi's tweets below.


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