Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West, was seen with far right podcast host Nick Fuentes at Miami International Airport on Tuesday.
Seen in a video posted to Twitter by a left-wing activist group, the 45-year-old artist walked through the airport with a black cap, wearing a blue coat over a grey hoodie. Beside West was Fuentes, wearing sunglasses and a blue hoodie.
“No way! That’s Kanye?” an excited member of the public said as they walked past with an unidentified man and woman with them.
On his way to meet Trump at Mar-a-Lago yesterday, Kanye West was filmed walking through Miami's airport with misogynistic antisemitic white nationalist Christian fascist incel Nick Fuentes. https://t.co/903Sa56Jb5 pic.twitter.com/Jn3bKtt9JE
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) November 23, 2022
According to Right Wing Watch, the video was taken on Tuesday, as West was heading to Mar-a-Lago to meet with 45th President Donald Trump. In a tweet, the artist joked that he couldn’t believe that he had “kept President Trump waiting,” and suggested that he had asked the former President to be his running mate for a 2024 presidential campaign.
Like West, Fuentes has been accused of making anti-Semitic remarks. Fuentes has also been accused of misleading his followers, known as Groypers, about his finances.
As Valiant News reported, West was previously seen with the right wing political operator Milo Yiannopoulos last Thursday, sipping champagne alongside him and an unidentified woman leaving the Beverly Hills Hotel in a photo that went viral on social media.
— 🍂 (@internetursidae) November 18, 2022
On Saturday, a video posted to the X17 YouTube channel showed West again with Yiannopoulos, adding that the former Breitbart editor was “working on the campaign” for his 2024 presidential run, with the channel reporting that Yiannopoulos was his campaign manager.
“We’re moving towards the future,” West said. “We’re engineering opportunities. We’re getting past the past – we’re focused on the future.” He added that as a species, people needed to “update together,” as everything has been “so divisive.”
“Think about what they say, diversity. People think of that like it’s a good thing, but we are the United States of America,” West concluded.
This news and commentary by Jack Hadfield originally appeared on Valiant News.