Kanye West Denies Producing Donald Trump Diss Track
Kanye West did not produce a Donald Trump diss track for rapper King Myers, who claims that West was involved in his new song “Propaganda,” which calls for the president to be impeached. West’s record label G.O.O.D. music has denied the supposed collaboration.
On Sunday, Myers released the anti-Trump anthem, “Propaganda,” and used West’s Twitter avatar as the cover art for his single. In the song, he raps about the refugee ban, stands up for Muslims, and calls for Trump to be thrown out of office. The hook of the song includes the lyric, “Stand up! Time to impeach the President,” while another line states, “I ask Allah how the hell Trump still livin’.” Myers tweeted out the track by writing, “Listen to #PROPAGANDA produced by @KanyeWest.”
But G.O.O.D. music soon shot down the claim that West had anything to do with Myers’ track, and also denied his assertion that he’s signed to their label. The record company has also contacted its lawyers to remove West’s name and artwork from the song.
This story comes on the heels of West deleting all of his tweets about Trump. As Gossip Cop reported on Monday, the rapper removed all of his previous mentions about the president from his social media account. Interestingly, Myers took credit for this as well. The rapper tweeted, “Hmm. Wonder who/what made Ye stop supporting Trump ￼￼#PROPAGANDA.”
Myers went on to allege, “A few weeks ago I told @KanyeWest he needed to be the 1 to take a stand against @realDonaldTrump. None of this is coincidental. Yall gotta understand how difficult it was for @KanyeWest to publicly show support for @realDonaldTrump & then TAKE IT BACK. He needed help!” The rapper added, “Me & @KanyeWest both decided that since impeachment is possible, why not call for impeachment at a time when it’s needed the most?” Listen to Myers’ track below.