Kanye West Officially Wipes His Twitter of Trump References

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Donald Trump and Kanye West stand together in the lobby at Trump Tower on Dec. 13, 2016 in New York City. 

After Kanye West caused a ruckus on social media by meeting with Donald Trump in December, he took to Twitter to set the record straight about their meet-up -- but as of Monday (Feb. 6), those tweets no longer exist.

In the tweets, West declared that he wanted to discuss "multicultural issues" with the president-elect, adding that he felt "it is important to have a direct line of communication with our future President if we truly want change." Following the controversial actions Trump has taken since taking office on Jan. 20, though, it seems West isn't so keen about keeping a good relationship with the new president.

Upon deleting the tweets, West didn't tweet anything about his rather peculiar action. Thus, the reason for the sudden deletion isn't entirely clear, but TMZ reports sources have said Trump's "Muslim ban" and other actions have made West change his mind about supporting Trump.

West hasn't been the most prominent on Twitter as of late. His most recent tweets involve support for his fellow rappers Big Sean and Migos -- who released an album Feb. 3 and Jan. 26, respectively -- and a family Christmas photo from a month before that.