“To the media trying to demonize my husband let me just say this,” Kardashian West wrote on Twitter. “Your commentary on Kanye being erratic & his tweets being disturbing is actually scary. So quick to label him as having mental health issues for just being himself when he has always been expressive is not fair.”
The rapper supported the president in a lengthy tweet posted on April, 25.
"You don't have to agree with Trump but the mob can't make me not love him," "We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don't agree with everything anyone does. That's what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought."
3 hours later, Trump responded to West.
“Thank you Kanye. Very Cool!”
Kanye followed his Trump tweet with a photo of a “Make America Great Again" hat.
Kanye has been a vocal supporter of the president since the 2016 presidential race.
Just days ago, he sent a tweet supporting an African-American Trump supporter.
“I love the way Candace Owens thinks.”
Kanye returned to Twitter last week after a nearly year-long hiatus.
The actor was taken to the hospital after a 911 call alerted police officers that he was suicidal.
A new report said that Troyer himself told the dispatcher he was suicidal.
The “Austin Powers” actor also told someone at the hospital he was suicidal.
He was treated for weeks but died on April 21.
[Spokesperson, Los Angeles County Coroner's Office]
“Verne Troyer was admitted into the hospital with a high level of alcohol in his system, where he passed out and became unconscious and he passed away.”
An official cause of death is still being investigated through toxicology tests.
A spokesperson for the actor said Troyer was struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts.
[Spokesperson, Verne Troyer]
“Verne was a fighter when it came to his own battles. Over the years he’s struggled and won, struggled and won, struggled and fought some more, but unfortunately, this time was too much. Depression and Suicide are very serious issues. You never know what kind of battle someone is going through inside. Be kind to one another. And always know, it’s never too late to reach out to someone for help.”
Makayla Ferrell was singing the song "Rise Up" by Andra Day when her voice faded partially through the song due to her stage fright, Cleveland19 reported. Her mother was seated in the audience at the time.
"I just forgot because I was nervous to, like, even sing anymore," Makayla said.
That's when her mother, Shaye Washington, jumped in to join her on stage and starting singing the lyrics.
"I don't want her to feel defeated. So, that's when I just stepped in to help her going," Washington told Cleveland19.
Her daughter then found her voice again and finished the song together with her mother.
"I think she does everything for me. She gets everything for me," Makayla said. "Sometimes I feel like I don't say, don't act like I'm thankful, but I want to be more thankful and thank her."
The song is special for the pair, as it helped them persevere through Washington's divorce and to transition through their move from Georgia to Colorado.