"I'm not mad people saw it because at least they know where I'm coming from," Legend said. "I didn't actually mind it after I thought about it for a second, but I was shocked when it first happened. I think Kanye, when he talks about Trump, he's thinking about him more as a marketing triumph. I think he sees certain aspects of himself in Trump. He sees how brash he is and that he doesn't give a f-ck, how nobody believed he was gonna win. How he defied all the odds and became president."
"He's talking about free thought," the "All of Me" singer continued, explaining how his tweets don't line up with the President's beliefs. "And Trump doesn't even want a free press. I don't see how you align yourself with that and say you're operating yourself from love."
"These MAGA folks are all over his nuts right now and as soon as he says something about Taylor Swift, these are the same people calling him the N-word, everything they could possibly imagine," Legend added of West's new supporters.
It seems the two have worked out their problems -- or at least "agree to disagree." The rapper posted a picture of him and Legend on his Twitter Friday night at Chrissy Teigen's baby show, as well as a video of John playing the piano.