London [UK], Nov. 24 : Lady Gaga sent her "love" and "support" to Kanye West, who was recently hospitalized for 'psychiatric evaluation' after cancelling his 'Saint Pablo' tour.
The 30-year-old pop star came in support of the 39-year-old rapper through a series of powerful tweets on social media.
"I support (and) love u brother, I see in you bravery (and) courage to stop this tour (and) take care of YOU.
You are a GREAT artist," she tweeted. She also wrote, "It's not funny to joke about anyone's possible or not possible mental illness, this is a sensitive time for many.
Let's be kind (and) loving." Then in a later tweet, the 'Million Reasons' crooner insisted the public show "compassion and love" for West even though she may not "agree with everything" he does.
"One love. One Race," she added. Prior to the hospitalization, West had a controversial rant mid-concert about his recent rift between longtime friends Jay Z and Beyonce as well as his comments on Taylor Swift, Hillary Clinton and President-Elect Donald Trump.
According to E! Online, since the news broke, a host of A-listers have come out in order to support the star as he battles with his mental health.
This solidarity comes after singer Cheryl led a stream of support for the 'Fade' rapper by posting, "It's not nice to hear of anybody struggling with their mental health.Wishing Kanye a speedy and healthy recovery." Chance the Rapper, who featured on 'BBC Radio 1Xtra', used the platform to send his prayers to his "big brother Kanye." American actor and comedian Marlon Wayans, known for his role in parody 'Scary Movie', said, "And I hope u all pray for @kanyewest too.
He's not just an artist but he's a father, a son a husband and above human. Get well soon." Singer Janelle Monae also added her well wishes to the star and tweeted, "PRAYING FOR KANYE.
PRAYING HE HAS THE RIGHT ENERGY SURROUNDING HIM DURING THIS TIME." "SENDING PEACE AND LOVE," she added.