John Legend Says Kanye’s Support For Trump Has Ruined Their Friendship

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“Well, you know, we’re not friends as much as we used to be because I think honestly, because we publicly disagreed about his running for office, his support for Trump, I think it got too much for us to keep our friendship, frankly. ‘ said the legend.

“So many people who love you now feel so betrayed because they know how much damage Trump’s policies are doing, especially to people of color. Don’t let this be part of your legacy.”

“You weren’t alone in that, by the way,” Axelrod commented.

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“I wasn’t alone in that, but you know, he wasn’t happy about that. And we really haven’t been around since,” said Legend.

The lead singer of “All Of Me” went on to say that what you see with West is what you get.

“I think he’s been very open with who he is and his struggles with mental health. And he’s very real, honestly. So I don’t think there’s much about him that people don’t understand,” he said. he’s been quite candid with his opinions, his struggles, all the things he’s dealing with. And I think what you see with him is pretty much what you get.”

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The full exchange can be heard below.