Get Well Soon! All The Celebrities Who Rallied Around Kanye West After His Hospitalization

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Celebrities are showing the rapper tons of love following his hospitalization on Monday.

Following Kanye West's hospitalization on Monday, celebrities have taken to social media to speak out in support of the artist, sending words of encouragement and advice to him.

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A photo posted by Desiigner (@lifeofdesiigner) on Nov 21, 2016 at 9:39pm PST

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Chance the Rapper gave a special shout out to his ''big brother'' during his stop at BBC Radio 1. While performing "All We Got'' he said, "I want to extend a special prayer to my big brother Kanye West. I know there's a lot of weird folks out there but you already know that I'm a hundred grand. I want to just extend this prayer and this love from all the way in Britain. We might come home early to see this. Happy Thanksgiving."

The rapper's manager Pat also tweeted his support.

Pusha T sent West words of encouragement, as well as longtime collaborator Twista.

"I pray for my man Kanye, and i ask everyone to do the same too, wanting help doesn’t show weakness, it actually shows character and it lets people know you too are you human and you too have feelings too," Twista wrote in a heartfelt open letter

6 yrs ago today I was apart of one of the greatest hip hop albums ever. You invited me to Hawaii and said "pick whatever tracks you love and write to all of them." I got greedy, I stopped going to play basketball with you every morning and proceeded to write to 8 songs on your album. U kept me on 2, "Runaway" which was your platinum single, and "So Appalled" which put me on a song with you, Hov, Cyhi, Swizz, and produced by Rza. Thinking back on it, it really was all a set up. You were setting me up to be the solo artist I never saw myself as. So on the 6th anniversary of MBDTF and as the President of your label G.O.O.D. music I wanna say thanx for the endless opportunities you have brought to me. P.S. I think it's time we all head back to Hawaii @kanyewest ::whenever you ready:: #GOOD

A photo posted by Pusha T (@kingpush) on Nov 22, 2016 at 1:33pm PST

Stylist Tameka Foster has spoken out in defense of West, reminding those who've bashed the artist that 'Ye is currently under tons of stress, with November being the anniversary of his mother's death.

"If you are bashing Kanye please don't tag me. GRIEF is real people. This man was VERY close to his mother. I knew her and was in their presence several times... this is the Anniversary month of her passing," Foster wrote. "Everyone is wired differently. The smallest thing can be a trigger. Don't judge what you don't understand."

 

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