"He said, 'I do love Donald Trump, '" Ebro affirmed during his conversation on Ebro in the Morning. The phone broke up a bit in the beginning, but his affection made it through clearly.
In response to the erupting aftermath he created, West made the unexpected and weird call to Hot 97, particularly to Ebro where instead of conversing on a serious note, he instead gave his best Stevie Wonder impression by blurting out lyrics to the 80's classic hit "I Just Called to Say I Love You", reciting the song in the most audacious way ever.
Ebro returned the love and tried to move on from the conversation, but 'Ye continued repeating it with no context. "Tell him he needs to get on here and address this pro Trump shit so I can get my fucking blood pressure together", the fan told Malik referring to Kanye. He even sung a melody with, "I just called to say, 'I love you'".
If you are very active on Twitter and also follow Kanye West, you'll notice he has been spending more time on the app lately promoting his album and other projects while giving out some occasional "tweets of motivation" coupled with controversial statements.
It comes as reports emerged Kanye had also split with longtime manager Izvor "Izzy" Zivkovic, who had worked with the rapper for almost a decade.