After White House visit, Kanye West stops by Apple store in Georgetown
WASHINGTON - Following his White House visit along with lunch with President Donald Trump, rapper Kanye West made an appearance at an Apple store in Georgetown Thursday afternoon.
As West was wearing a U.S. Postal Service jacket vest, many inside and outside of the store were seen pulling out their phones taking photos and videos of him.
At one point, West asked to make a "keynote" speech, which he ended up doing on top of a display table in the store.
Jack Jenkins, a reporter for the Religion News Service, was there for Yeezy's visit to the store and shared his experience on Twitter. In one post, Jenkins wrote that West told people inside that he made a hat for Trump that said, "Make America Great" without the "again" in it, and Trump ended up wearing it.