Dennis Rodman took to Instagram on Saturday morning to reach out to Kanye West to express his desire to collaborate with the world famous rapper.
Both Rodman and West made headlines recently as two prominent African American celebrities who came out in support of President Donald Trump.
For the past year, Rodman has played an instrumental role in facilitating a peaceful meeting between President Trump and North Korea’s supreme leader, Kim Jong Un, both of whom are personal friends of Rodman.
In 2017, Rodman gave Kim Jong Un a copy of Trumps world famous book “The Art of the Deal” for his birthday. In a recent interview with TMZ, Rodman said, “I think [Kim] didn’t realize who Donald Trump was at that time, I guess, until he started to read the book and started to get to understand him.”
1 year ago June 15 I gave this book "Art of the Deal" to Minister Kim Il Guk in Pyongyang, NK. Hoping everyone reads it before the historic Singapore Summit on June 12. We've got the greatest negotiator of all time @realDonaldTrump to show the world how it's done#Peace #Love pic.twitter.com/ERxXNnR20k
— Dennis Rodman (@dennisrodman) June 9, 2018
On June 9, 2018, Rodman tweeted, “1 year ago June 15 I gave this book “Art of the Deal” to Minister Kim Il Guk in Pyongyang, NK. Hoping everyone reads it before the historic Singapore Summit on June 12. We’ve got the greatest negotiator of all time @realDonaldTrump to show the world how it’s done #Peace #Love.”
While Rodman helped secure a de-nuclearization deal with North Korea and has served as a bridge of peace between the Korean people and the United States, West has increased support of Trump from within the African American community, following his public proclamation of Trump on Twitter in April.
In April, Kanye West tweeted a picture of himself in a signed MAGA hat along with several other tweets explaining why he supports Trump, encouraging people to spread love and positivity, not division.
You don't have to agree with trump but the mob can't make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don't agree with everything anyone does. That's what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.
— ye (@kanyewest) April 25, 2018
“You don’t have to agree with trump but the mob can’t make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don’t agree with everything anyone does. That’s what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought,” Kanye tweeted.
Along with supporting Trump, Kanye also encouraged people to be “free thinkers” and to not follow mob mentality when making political decisions.
Both Rodman and West came out as winners after expressing their support for Trump. Following Kanye’s pro-Trump tweet storm that spurred from his tweet in support of black Conservative commentator and activist Candance Owens, Kanye’s new album “Ye”, his seventh album, instantly topped the charts worldwide, making “Ye” his eighth number one debut on the Billboard 200. On top of a successful album launch, West also picked up millions of new pro-Trump twitter followers, many of whom purchased his new album and some fashionable Yeezys.
The Democrats have had a hard time coming to terms with Rodman and West’s decision to break free from the Democrat slave plantation and embrace Conservative principles. A Rodman and West collaboration focused on world peace is bound to serve as a redpill for millions of Democrats and apolitical people, especially black people, many of whom are supporters are both Rodman and West.
Chances of a future Rodman and West collaboration looks certain. Four days ago, West tweeted a picture of a signed Chicago Bulls jersey with Rodman’s name and player number. “Thank to one of my biggest inspirations … always breaking barriers with independent thought,” Kanye tweeted.
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