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Entertainer and President Trump supporter Kanye West agreed early Friday morning that Elle Magazine’s hoax article to lure people into registering to vote was directed at people that shouldn’t be voting.

Elle Magazine posted on its Twitter account Thursday a link in which it teased that celebrity couple West and his wife Kim Kardashian West had split up.

But the article wasn’t real. Instead of linking to an article, the page redirected to a webpage that encouraged people to vote in the 2018 midterm elections and helped them register. The webpage included no mention of the celebrity couple.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Just wanna go on the record as hating this. If someone has to trick you with celebrity clickbait to get you to register to vote, maybe you shouldn’t be voting,” said Peter J. Hasson, a reporter who has written for multiple right-leaning outlets, such as the Daily Caller and the Daily Signal.

West weighed in on the matter in a Twitter exchange with Hasson.

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