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John Legend Calls Kanye West’s Meeting With Donald Trump A ‘Publicity Stunt’

Kanye West's recent meeting with President-elect Donald Trump struck a bad chord with one of the rapper's musical collaborators.

R&B crooner John Legend voiced his disapproval of West's frequent support of Trump the past two months, deeming their Trump Tower sit-down a "publicity stunt."

"I'm pretty disappointed with Kanye, that he says he would have voted for Trump," Legend said in a new interview with Clique. "I think Trump has been corrosive. His message has been corrosive to the country, and I think the things he's promised to do have been very concerning for a lot of people.

"For Kanye to support that message is very disappointing," he concluded.

West made waves Tuesday when he arrived at the Trump Tower in New York City and spoke to The Donald for roughly 15 minutes.

The "Famous" rapper previously trumpeted his support for the soon-to-be commander in chief at a San Jose, Calif., concert last month, telling a booing audience he would've selected Trump had he voted in the presidential election.

West later explained on Twitter that he met with Trump to discuss "multiracial issues" such as bullying and violence in Chicago, but Legend still took exception.

"I don't think it's impossible to talk to him about issues, but I won't be used as a publicity stunt and I think Kanye was a publicity stunt," Legend told Clique.

The 39-year-old West followed up his discussion with Trump by posting a Twitter picture of his own autographed copy of Trump's Time magazine Person of the Year cover — complete with a personalized message.

"To Kanye, you are a great friend," Trump wrote above his signature. "Thanks."

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