Ben Carson and Donald Trump
Ben Carson (left) and Donald Trump speak during a round table with the Republican Leadership Initiative at Trump Tower in the Manhattan borough of New York, Aug. 25, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri/File Photo

Donald Trump’s racist rhetoric in the yearlong presidential campaign has fetched him disapproval from several quarters. Apart from making derogatory comments on Mexicans, blacks and women, the president-elect made personal remarks on some individuals.

On Election Day, Trump got only 8 percent of the black votes. On a “thank you” tour Friday in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Trump told the audience that those black people who opted not to vote were “almost as good” as those who cast ballots for him.

However, there are some notable African-Americans who have supported the real estate tycoon despite his racist and sexist comments.

Kanye West: During his concert on Nov. 17, 2016, in San Jose, California, the rapper confessed that he did not vote on Nov. 8. However, he said that he would have voted for Trump. He also shouted “build that wall” during the concert, referring to Trump’s statement, in which the latter promised to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

On Tuesday, West met the president-elect to discuss “multicultural issues” including “bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums.”

Ben Carson: Carson endorsed Trump for president in March. At the time, Carson said: “I have known Donald for many years. He is a successful businessman who has built a recognizable global brand that no one can question. His experience as a businessman is exactly what we need to move our economic engine in the right direction and empower those who have been left out of the American dream for far too long.”

Omarosa Manigault: She was a contestant during the first season of Trump’s reality television show “The Apprentice.” Trump named her the director of his African-American outreach in July. At the time, she said the construction mogul was “focused on improving the economic conditions of African Americans,” citing high unemployment rates.

Azealia Banks: The singer had tweeted her support for Trump several multiple times. In May, she wrote on Twitter: “I REALLY want Donald Trump to win the election.”

“Hillary has been GROOMED for the presidency. she's another one of the establishments robots here to carry out an agenda,” Banks said in another tweet.

However, she has since deleted the tweets.

Mike Tyson: The former boxer told Huffington Post in October 2015: “He should be president of the United States. Let’s try something new. Let’s run America like a business, where no colors matter. Whoever can do the job, gets the job.”