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Kanye West tweets his support for a black conservative woman. The left's reaction is priceless.

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Kanye West was harshly criticized by the left after he tweeted his support for a conservative black woman. (Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Rapper mogul Kayne West took heat from the left over the weekend after he took to Twitter to declare his "love" for Candace Owens, a young conservative black woman who recently declared President Donald Trump is the savior of the world.

What did he say?

West tweeted:

West's tweet quickly garnered a lot of attention given what he said, which took many of his fans and supporters completely by surprise. The tweet garnered tens of thousands of retweets and tens of thousands of "likes" by Sunday morning.

Who is Owens and how did she respond?

Owens is a young conservative black woman whose profile is quickly rising among conservative ranks. According to her Twitter bio, she currently works as the communications director at Turning Point USA, a conservative student advocacy organization.

She responded:

Owens later responded to a Twitter "moment" that detailed West's tweet. Twitter labeled Owens "far-right," a label she took offense to:

What was the left's response?

They were not happy — and they quickly began criticizing West:

Any additional details?

According to Shaun King, West's affirmation came in response to a clip of Owens rebuking Black Lives Matter during a recent event at UCLA.

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