Kanye West Claps Back at Jennifer Aniston: 'Rogan Interview Got 'Em Shook'

In a Tuesday morning tweet, which has since been deleted, rapper Kanye West clapped back at actress Jennifer Aniston who told her Instagram followers not to vote for the rapper in the upcoming presidential election.

West shared a screenshot of a Vanity Fair article about a recent Instagram post by The Morning Show actress, where she endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden in his run for president and said that it wasn't funny to vote for West. He said that it was likely due to his interview on The Joe Rogan Experience, posted on Saturday.

"Wow that Rogan interview got em shook," he wrote. "Let's gooooooooo."

Wow 😳 that Rogan interview got em shook Let’s gooooooooo pic.twitter.com/Mxo24Iaa2n

— ye (@kanyewest) October 27, 2020

West has since deleted the tweet.

Since it was first posted, the video of Yeezy's interview with comedian Joe Rogan has been viewed over 7.5 million times on YouTube.

While West was responding to the Vanity Fair piece, which was published on Monday, Aniston actually posted the photo of herself voting early for Biden a day before his interview with Rogan hit the internet.

Aniston explained her reasoning for backing Biden and his vice presidential candidate, Senator Kamala Harris. "I voted for them because right now this country is more divided than ever. Right now, a few men in power are deciding what women can and can't do with their own bodies. Our current President has decided that racism is a non-issue. He has repeatedly and publicly ignored science... too many people have died," she wrote.

Aniston concluded her Instagram caption with a postscript explaining simply that voting for West isn't worth it. "It's not funny to vote for Kanye. I don't know how else to say it. Please be responsible," she wrote.

HOW TO WRITE IN KANYE WEST pic.twitter.com/lY4BVdTmdm

— ye (@kanyewest) October 23, 2020

West's long awaited appearance on Joe Rogan's podcast spanned nearly three hours, and the rapper spoke about a number of subjects including his presidential run, his Sunday Service experiences, and his thought process. Rogan announced the podcast on his Instagram on Friday. "Beyond my expectations, and I think people are going to have a much better understanding and appreciation of how this man thinks. I really enjoyed talking to him, and we had a lot of fun," the comic wrote.

While West's interview with Rogan touched on a number of topics and projects, like a school that he said he has plans for, West has continued to push his presidential campaign. On Thursday, he tweeted a video, explaining how to vote for him as a write-in candidate.

HOW TO WRITE IN KANYE WEST pic.twitter.com/lY4BVdTmdm

— ye (@kanyewest) October 23, 2020

Publicists for Kanye West and Jennifer Aniston did not respond to Newsweek's emailed requests for comment in time for publication.

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US rapper Kanye West attends the WSJ Magazine 2019 Innovator Awards at MOMA on November 6, 2019 in New York City. Getty/Angela Weiss / AFP