Kanye West [VIDEO] returned to Twitter back in April and at first, fans were really excited to have Ye back. Now, those same fans are caught in a conundrum, wondering whether they should continue to support the controversial rapper or if it's time to cut their losses and focus on other artists that better represent them.

Among those that can't believe Kanye's latest turn is Meek Mill. The Philadelphia rapper was recently from prison after five months of lockup that many believe was an unnecessary abuse of the judicial system.

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Finally free, it would make sense that Meek has a lot of feelings about the system and a host of injustices that caused his incarceration.

That's likely why Meek and so many others are so upset about Kanye West's most recent public displays.

While known for some pretty timely outbursts, it seems that nothing will hold a candle to Kanye embracing Donald Trump and proclaiming the current POTUS to be his "brother."

Where is 'Old Kanye?'

On Wednesday, Meek Mill joined the seemingly everyone else when he posted about the "old" Kanye West. Quoting lyrics from "Can't Tell Me Nothing," an old Kanye song, Meek managed to make his point.

"To whom much is giving much is tested .... get arrested I guess until he get the message.. I feel the pressure under more scrutiny and what I do “act more stupidly” ‍♂️ #oldye #wemissyoubro them bars touched me in my cell!" Meek wrote.

The photo in the Instagram post showed an older picture of the Chicago rapper. The frame of the photo read, "RIP old Kanye" and said "We miss you" under his photo.

It's really not clear what is going on with Kanye West. [VIDEO] In the comments section of Meek Mill's post, some shared their worry for the "All The Lights' rapper while others say that Ye hasn't been the same since his mother's death in 2007.

One thing is for sure though, his recent embracing of Donald Trump is a far cry from the Kanye we all saw after Hurricane Katrina when he took aim at President Bush on live television. He may be preaching to the world about love but his fans are seriously not loving this.

Meek vows to fight injustice

After spending months behind bars due to a probation violation that many believed was bogus, Meek Mill was freed on April 24. Upon his release, the "Dreams and Nightmares" rapper vowed to help stop others from enduring the injustice that he did.

"Although I’m blessed to have the resources to fight this unjust situation, I understand that many people of color across the country don’t have that luxury and I plan to use my platform to shine a light on those issues," Meek said on the day that he was released.