Many surreal things have been happening in this great land of ours since Donald Trump won the Presidency last month, but a shell-shocked-looking, possibly-still-mid-breakdown Kanye West dropping by Trump Tower to "take a picture right now" is definitely on the list of things we didn't see coming.
It's impossible to know what this odd couple actually talked about, but if Trump is going to be inviting other members of the rap community over to discuss "life," it would be even more fascinating if his next guest of honor was Azealia Banks.
Banks, like Yeezy, is a Trump supporter. Back in February, she tweeted: "Okay, so I think I’m ready to admit that I’m going to vote for Donald Trump... I think Trump is the only one who truly has the balls to bust up big business."
True to form, Banks' endorsement didn't stay positive for long. She later tweeted: "I only trust this country to what it is: full of s**t. takes s**t to know s**t so we may as well, put a piece of s**t in the White House." Later still: "In conclusion I think Donald trump is evil like America is evil and in order for America to keep up with itself it needs him."
Truthfully, as unlikely as it seems, Trump and Banks do have far more in common with each other than Trump and Kanye do. Banks' career started with a MySpace profile; Trump's campaign relied heavily on his use of Twitter (and it looks like his Presidency will too).