Kanye West says he "distances himself" from politics.
On Twitter, the rapper claims he is "being used to spread messages that I do not believe in."
He was a vocal supporter of President Trump, but this decision seems to focus on a campaign he was known as Blexit.
Run by conservative commentator Candace Owens, it encourages black Americans to quit the Democratic Party.
She claimed the musician was designing clothes for the campaign, something the rapper has now denied.
The rapper tweeted, "My eyes are wide open now, I'm distancing myself from politics and I'm totally focused on being creative."
It looks like Kanye West wants to move away from politics right now.
The musician wrote to his 28.7 million followers: "I support the creation of jobs and opportunities for people who need them most.
"I support the reform of the prison, I support the laws for healthy human weapons that will make our world safer.
"I support those who risk their lives to serve and protect us, and I support them to hold accountable to those who abuse their power."
It is not the first time that the rapper, who is to be called a ye, has had to explain his political beliefs.
Earlier this year he came under fire when he said that the 13th amendment to the US Constitution terminating slavery should be abolished – a statement he later clarified. Apparently he wanted to write "modify".
And his performance in the American comedy show Saturday Night Live a few weeks ago sparked outrage and amusement alike.
The 49-year-old, who is married to Kim Kardashian, wore a hat with Donald Trump's slogan "Make America Great Again" and apparently made a blank off-air statement in support of the president.
Footage filmed by the public and shared on social media shows that the rapper is discussing his support for President Trump, his promise to serve as president in 2020, and the need for a "dialogue that is not a quarrel."
"I talk to a whites and so many times [they] Tell me, how can you like Trump, is he racist? & # 39; ", he said.
"Well, if I was worried about racism, I would have moved out of America long ago."
Kanye West was very open about his support for President Trump.
The two met several times to discuss issues such as the reform of labor law and criminal justice.
Stars like Snoop Dogg, T.I. and John Legend have criticized Kanye West for having met the US leader.
Kanye West ended this latest series of messages by saying, "I believe in love and compassion for asylum seekers and parents struggling to protect their children from violence and war."
"I want to thank my family, relatives and community for supporting my DEAD CONFIDENCE and vision for a better world."
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