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WATCH: Kanye West tells Detroit art students to leave Elon Musk alone

/ 06:47 PM October 04, 2018

Kanye West visited the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan on Oct. 2 and pleaded with students to leave Tesla CEO Elon Musk alone.

In this video posted on Twitter by @jkhco, West can be seen standing on a table passionately addressing the students. “Kanye really came to our little art school and told us to leave Elon Musk alone,” the person who tweeted the video wrote. West had tweeted footage of his tour around the school earlier that day.

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West recently ended his appearance on Saturday Night Live with a speech expressing his support for President Donald Trump.

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