Kanye WestKanye Omari WestKanye West defends his candidacy after 'SNL' joke Hollywood gives Biden's digital campaign final star-studded push Maryland says Kanye West qualifies as a write-in presidential candidate MORE, who was once famously called a “jackass” by President Obama, is expressing his last-minute support for the commander in chief and Democrats on the night of the midterm elections.

The “Yeezus” rapper, who has nearly 11 million Twitter followers, tweeted Tuesday evening:

West quickly added a get-out-the-vote message, writing:

The flood of Twitter posts is unusual for the entertainer, who married reality television star Kim KardashianKimberly (Kim) Noel Kardashian WestHillicon Valley: Twitter lacked adequate cybersecurity protection ahead of July hacks, regulator says | Twitter, Facebook clamp down on New York Post article about Hunter Biden | YouTube bans COVID-19 vaccine misinformation Twitter lacked adequate cybersecurity protection ahead of July hacks, regulator says Kardashian West uses star power to pressure US on Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict MORE over the summer — West has only tweeted 94 times. They came less then a day after Kardashian, not one to delve into politics, also voiced her support for Obama on Twitter:

The Billboard chart topper has had a seemingly prickly relationship with politicians. He made headlines for saying that then-President George W. Bush “doesn’t care about black people,” during a Hurricane Katrina fundraising concert.

Obama has repeatedly called West, 37, a “jackass,” once making the remark after the Grammy winner interrupted singer Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech at an MTV awards show in 2009. But Obama has also praised West, saying he’s “talented” and “smart.”