We already know Common and Kanye don’t see eye to eye on politics. That is, until now.
HipHollywood caught up with Common at the premiere for “They Fight” and found out he actually agrees with West’s recent decision to step away from politics altogether.
“I just love Kanye that’s my man so whatever is best for him I think that’s what good for him,” he explained. “Whatever he feels is best for him is the right thing.”
Back in October, West said that he was done with politics. The announcement came just two weeks after a controversial meeting at the White House with President Trump. In a series of tweets posted to his Twitter account West claimed his “eyes are now wide open” and that he was being “used” to spread messages he does not believe in.
“I support creating jobs and opportunities for people who need them the most. I support prison reform, I support common-sense gun laws that will make our world safer,” tweeted Yeezy.
“If he says he wants to step back that’s good,” added Common who has openly said he disagreed with West’s politics. Back in May TMZ caught up with the “Glory” rapper to get this take on Yeezy’s “slavery was a choice” comments and subsequent tweets.
“No matter what, Kanye is my brother,” he said. “No matter what. So, it’s no beginning to the end. That’s my brother, I love him. I don’t agree with everything he says, and he’s thinking.”