Kanye West continues to cook up a storm in the media, mostly due to his support and affiliation with the president, Donald Trump, who most in the entertainment industry despise and frequently criticize.
While West probably settled on the simple passcode so he can log into his phone as quickly as possible, it's notable that the controversial rapper, who has received threats in the past over his support of Trump, doesn't care enough to make his phone more secure.
"Topics of discussions will include manufacturing resurgence in America, prison reform, how to prevent gang violence, and what can be done to reduce violence in Chicago". "There was something about, when I put this hat on, it made me feel like Superman", West said, referring to the red MAGA hat on his head.
"That was quite something", Trump added.
Fox News notes that "Ray J is a musician who is more known for his role in an infamous 2003 sex tape with West's wife, Kim Kardashian, that was made long before West and Kardashian began their relationship".
"You know, my dad and my mum separated, so I didn't have a lot of male energy in my home".
On a 68-year-old prisoner whose case he was raising with Trump: "Really, the reason why they imprisoned him is because he started doing positive for the community he started showing that he actually had power, he wasn't just one of a monolithic voice, that he could wrap people around".
"We don't need sentences, we need pardons", he said.
One reporter asked West what he wants to see happen in Chicago.
This past summer, Kanye West confirmed his bipolar disorder diagnosis on the cover of his 'Ye album. Trump said he was open to other ideas. Much of the time was spent on compliments between the two and West's much-talked about support for the president.
The pair adjourned for lunch after West gave Trump a hug and told reporters "I love this guy right here".
"I love this guy right here!"
The tête-à-tête also comes the same week as West's longtime rival, Taylor Swift, entered the political arena for the first time, encouraging her fans to register to vote and endorsing Tennessee Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen and House candidate Jim Cooper, also a Democrat. Police officers are just like us, he said.
"I was very emotional and I was programmed to think from a victimized mentality".