Roseanne Barr supports Kanye West and his comments about Chicago

Roseanne Barr has thrown her support behind Kanye West saying people 'do not want to hear the truth' regarding Chicago after the rapper accused Barack Obama of not doing anything to help the city. 

The 65-year-old comedian took to Twitter on Thursday to defend Kanye's stance on Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's city, which has become known for its violence.

'@kanyewest is telling the truth about Rahm's Chicago. Ppl do not want to hear the truth-that Chicago could be a better city for its citizens, but the establishment is corrupted,' she tweeted.

Roseanne Barr, pictured in New York on Thursday, has come out in support of Kanye West saying people 'do not want to hear the truth' about Chicago and its violence

Roseanne Barr, pictured in New York on Thursday, has come out in support of Kanye West saying people 'do not want to hear the truth' about Chicago and its violence

Kanye came out in one of his Twitter rants last week saying: 'Obama was in office for eight years and nothing in Chicago changed.'

The Chicago mayor, who Barr spoke of in her tweet, previously worked as Obama's chief of staff.

'Will @kanyewest save Chicago? what do you think?' Barr later tweeted. 

'Let's do something about #Chicago - all of us... instead of hurling insults and division. Let's try efficient government and unity JUST THIS ONCE!'

Barr, like Kanye, is a President supporter. 

She defended her support of on 's Tonight Show on Monday, saying she doesn't 'give a f**k' what outraged people think. 

After congratulating Barr on the high ratings her 'Roseanne' show reboot has received, Fallon acknowledged that some may not be happy with her success given her support for .

'Oh yeah, people are mad about that. But you know, I don't give a f**k,' Barr said.

Kanye, pictured above on Tuesday, came out in one of his Twitter rants last week accusing Barack Obama of not doing anything to help the city when he was in office

Kanye, pictured above on Tuesday, came out in one of his Twitter rants last week accusing Barack Obama of not doing anything to help the city when he was in office

'I mean, everybody had to choose for themselves, according to their own conscience, who they felt was the lesser of two evils.

'You know, everybody chose that, so I'm not going to put anybody down who didn't vote like me. This is America,

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