Kanye West Makes Appearance At Chick-Fil-A With Steve Harvey, Company Owners

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Musician and 2020 presidential candidate Kanye West made an appearance at a Chick-fil-A in Georgia.

West and TV host Steve Harvey were joined by Chick-fil-A co-owners Dan and Bubba Cathy during their trip, according to tweets shared by the rapper Tuesday.

“Me and Steve Harvey was hungry,” West tweeted.

Kanye also shared a video of Dan and Bubba “giving grace.”

“Dan and Bubba Cathy giving grace at Chick Fil A,” he captioned the video. (RELATED: Kanye West’s ‘Jesus Is King’ Receives First Gospel Music Nomination)

Another video shared on social media shows West surprising the staff of the Chick-fil-A. The staff and rapper sang his hit song “Closed On Sunday.”

West enjoyed Chick-fil-A again for breakfast Wednesday morning during a campaign meeting, according to a photo shared by him on Twitter.

“THIS IS A GOD DREAM,” he captioned the photo.

The whiteboard featured in the photo shows a diagram of various names of brands, foundations and people likely important to West along with the phrase, “Yeezy Make Life Easy.”

The whiteboard bears some similarities to Kanye’s campaign platform, which he recently released on his website.