Bebe Cool has also informed Kanye West that every local musician wants a collaboration with him but they are too shy to speak up.
After West finished speaking, Trump said: "That was quite something". But if he has the same musical tastes as many of his supporters, he's probably not listening to West's albums on repeat in the Oval Office.
Redd's West said that he flew to the meeting using the "power" of his "Make America Great Again" hat.
"We're going to be digging bodies out of the ground", he continued.
West followed that with borrowing lines from Trump himself, saying he is a "stable genius" and "has a big brain and the best words".More news: Google introduced the new Pixel 3 mobile
Finally, Baldwin (Trump) comes to the conclusion Redd is the "black me".
"He doesn't stop. He doesn't listen to anyone but himself". "He allowed me to be invited to his territory, he treated us beautifully, and he shared some thoughts, and he will be open to talking when I get back to him".
Brown, all-but forgotten in the midst of Kanye's ramblings, questioned his place in the meeting. "I don't like...you know...we're living in a time where there's gotta be a little more cultural sensitivity", the 45-year-old continued. "Oh my Lord! What have I gotten myself into?" he says in an internal monologue.
Former interim Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile tore into Kanye West on Sunday, accusing him of repeating "bad stereotypes about black people" during his recent White House visit. It's about a black man who did not know his history who went out there and repeated bad stereotypes about black people.
"You could tell a lot by how much each of them prepared for the meeting: Kanye prepared by learning every fact of the world backwards, while Trump prepared by clearing his desk of any valuables", Jost added.