Shortly after his Oval Office meeting with President Trump Thursday, Kanye West visited a Georgetown Apple store — where he hopped atop a table and delivered what he called an impromptu “keynote.”
The 41-year-old rapper traded his red MAGA hat and button-down for a purple cap and USPS jacket to spew more of the bizarre, cuss-filled, stream-of-consciousness rant he had delivered in the White House.
In his speech, West announced he’d made a hat for Trump that reads “Make America Great” without the “again” and showed the crowd a picture of the president wearing said hat, according to Jack Jenkins, a reporter for Religion News Service who happened to be at the same store.
“It hurts us as people, specifically black people, the idea, because we say, was America ever great for us? So we made an updated hat that said ‘Make America Great,’ and Trump wore the hat so he is open to adjusting and listening,” West said, according to video posted to Twitter by CNN reporter Caroline Kelly.
West then booked it, saying he was going to Africa, Jenkins tweeted.
It was unclear why West visited the store.
During his meeting with Trump, he inadvertently revealed that his iPhone password is a series of six zeroes.
He also proposed to Trump that Apple could develop the “iPlane” — a hydrogen-powered aircraft to replace Air Force One.