Kanye West has caused nothing short of a social media storm over the past 24 hours, losing hordes of followers and gaining the wrath of fellow celebrities after tweeting his support of Donald Trump.
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Celebrities including Ice T, Stephen Colbert and West's own friend John Legend spoke out against the Life of Pablo artist, after he praised Trump's "dragon energy" and called him "my brother".
Now more of the rapper's peers have come forward with their own takes, including hip hop artist 50 Cent who shared a photoshopped version of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's 2014 Vogue cover on Instagram.
"Man who made this shit, get the strap," he captioned the picture.
Snoop Dogg commented on the photo, clearly showing that he's done with West. "Them b*itch ass ni**az deserve each other. Get Out the movie is really starring Kanye West as uncle Tom and potus as massa."
Snoop Dogg also reposted a picture of West wearing his infamous MAGA cap, captioning it: "That's mighty white of u Kanye! Ni**a if u don't snap out of it Get Out part 2."
Singer Macy Gray posted her own take on the MAGA hat, posting a photo of herself wearing a hat she'd photoshopped to read 'Make Kanye Great Again".
Singer Janelle Monae tweeted "quote me" when a fan shared a video of her giving her views on West's political stance.
West doesn't appear to be listening to his peers, posting on Twitter texts from his friend Legend.
"I hope you'll reconsider aligning yourself with Trump. You're way too powerful and influential to endorse who he is and what he stands for" the 'All of Me' singer wrote to West.
"I love you John and I appreciate your thoughts. You bringing up my fans of my legacy is a tactic based on fear used to manipulate my free thought," West replied.