Donald Trump and Kanye West
Various musicians have voiced their opinions on Kanye West meeting with Donald Trump. Pictured: Trump and West on Dec. 13, 2016 in New York. Reuters/Andrew Kelly

Since Kanye West’s Tuesday meeting with President-elect Donald Trump, many celebrities and artists have come out against the rapper, including his labelmate John Legend, but the “Famous” performer has one artist on his side.

Speaking with TMZ, Wu-Tang Clan member RZA said he supports Kanye talking with the soon-to-be president. While RZA said he hasn’t spoken with “The Life of Pablo” rapper, he believes connecting with Trump is a good way to help the community.

“I haven’t talked to him in a long time so I can’t really speak on where his head is at. I really can’t even comment on that one,” RZA said. “Trump is the president and we’re gonna have to talk with him, deal with him, build with him, and make sure that some of the things he’s dealing with are reflected in our community.”

The Wu-Tang Clan alum went on to call Kanye’s meeting with Trump a positive thing and said if Kanye “went in to speak for our community,” then that’s a good thing.

RZA isn’t the first rapper to show his support for Kanye. On Tuesday, A$AP Ferg took to Twitter to commend Kanye. “I think @kanyewest was right today for meeting up with Trump! You need to know where this man head is at! He rules your nation,” the “New Level” rapper tweeted. The rapper also praised Kanye’s intelligence, saying Kanye is “smarter than we think he is.”

Ferg and RZA’s comments were much different than Legend’s, who called the meeting between the two a “publicity stunt” and implied that Kanye was being used by Trump.

“I don’t think it’s impossible to talk to [Donald Trump] about issues, but I won’t be used as a publicity stunt. I think Kanye was a publicity stunt,” Legend told the French media outlet Clique. The “Love Me Now” singer went on to express his frustration with Kanye, saying, “I’m pretty disappointed with Kanye that he says he would have voted for Trump.”

According to Kanye, his meeting with Trump was to discuss “multicultural issues” including “bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums and violence in Chicago.”