Kanye West gave details of his meeting with The President-elect Donald Trump in a series of tweets that ended with “#2024,” which might suggest that he would postpone his promised presidential run until after a second Trump term.

“There are things I liked about his campaign,” the Good Music Boss told audience on Thursday during a San Jose, California concert.

“I wanted to meet with Trump today to discuss multicultural issues,” Kanye West wrote. “These issues included bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago. I feel it is important to have a direct line of communication with our future President if we truly want change.”

Kanye West met Trump in Trump’s Tower on Tuesday morning. in accordance with their chat, the two were in the lobby where the U.S. president-elect said of West, “He’s a good man. We’ve been friends for a long time.” He said that the two have spoken about “life.”

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Meanwhile, Kany West did not answer questions about his 2020 presidential run, that he announced during 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, or if he would perform at Trump’s inauguration. “I just wanted to take a picture right now,” West said.

This marks West’s second public appearance since he was discharged from the hospital since late November after being admitted for exhaustion. According to reports we got, Kanye West was experiencing sleepless nights and nightmares in the weeks that lead to his hospitalization.

Not just that the Hip-Hop king was in the middle of his Saint Pablo tour, but he was reportedly still shaken when he got the news that robbers had tied up his wife, Kim Kardashian West, in a Paris Hotel in October.

Before his hospitalization, Kanye West canceled the remainder of his Saint Pablo tour after several strange concerts. Notably, during a show in San Jose, where he opened a few minutes political screed and said that if he had voted in the 2016 election, he “would’ve voted for Trump.”

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