Well, it finally happened - Kanye West's White House meeting with President Donald Trump took place in the Oval Office on Thursday, and it seems like their conversation was just as unusual as you might guess.
Trump welcomed West to the White House on Thursday afternoon, saying the rapper "has been a friend for a long time".
"He might not expect to have a insane motherf***r like Kanye West support him", West told those in the Oval Office.
"It hurts us because we need to focus on who were are today", he said.
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted told CNBC earlier this week that West has been a "fantastic ambassador" for the company, though he admitted he was unaware that the rapper meant to meet with Trump for lunch.
The rapper also spoke against stop-and-frisk policing policies, which Trump recently expressed support for. The artist suggested that stop-and-frisk "does not help the relationships" in the city. The two also flirted with the possibility of West succeeding Trump after his second term as president, and it concluded with them hugging it out.
Wearing his Make America Great Again Hat, Kanye stated, "There was something about when I put this hat on it made me feel like Superman ..."
"It's harder to govern", Melania Trump said in a clip that aired Thursday on "Good Morning America".
It's no secret how much Kanye says he cares for and admires the president, whose MAGA hat that was introduced on the campaign trail in 2016 has become the rapper's go-to fashion statement.
This week, rap veteran Talib Kweli weighed-in on why he believes Kanye supports Trump. "It is making a big difference!"
West's wife, Kim Kardhashian, has worked with Trump and the White House on prison reform and pardon issues.
On a 68-year-old prisoner whose case he was raising with Trump: "Really, the reason why they imprisoned him is because he started doing positive for the community he started showing that he actually had power, he wasn't just one of a monolithic voice, that he could wrap people around. I'm president.' I didn't know people in Washington". And what a great spokesman she is for that situation. We're going to make certain categories tougher, when it comes to drug dealing and other things.