Kanye West confesses he 'misses his bro' Jay Z following claims he 'wants rapper as running mate' after years-long feud

KANYE West said he misses his “bro” Jay Z after previously announcing he wants the legendary rapper to be his vice-presidential running mate last month.

The pair have had infamous fall-outs in the past and a years-long feud but have seemingly buried the hatchet amid the Yeezy mogul’s latest public breakdown. 

On Monday, Kanye, 43, tweeted a throwback onstage with the 50-year-old Empire State of Mind rapper. 

He wrote alongside the sentimental snap: “Miss my bro… real talk.”

On July 19, the presidential hopeful said on Z93 Jamz that his on-and-off pal was his "favorite candidate for my running mate.”

The star told the radio show: “You know who my favorite candidate for my running mate is?

"I’m-a present it as a riddle to you: when we were trying to figure out my website, because now I’m in the dirty game of politics, right? They stealing every option, right?

“So what I did is put the initials of this city down, and then I put Kanye 2020: now who would that be?”

The show’s host Kaylin suggested Shawn Carter – using Jay's real name.

Kanye laced and confirmed it was the husband of pop star Beyonce: “What I do is look at the code, look at the signs.

"I was like, ‘You know who should be my running mate? Shawn Carter’."

But, when asked whether Jay Z was aware of his hopes, Kanye admitted the pair hadn't been in contact for a long time.

He said: “Man, you know I ain’t talked to my brother in thousands, or like, nine years or something like that.

"And the fact we ain’t talked in so long, that’s how you know we’re real brothers.

"Because unfaithful ones can be mad at you and still pull up cos they getting the cheque.”

Jay Z helped launch Kanye's career when he worked as a producer for Rock-A-Fella Records, which subsequently signed Kanye as a rapper in 2004.

Beyonce and her husband then controversially failed to attend Kanye and Kim's wedding in 2014.

In 2016, Kanye ranted about Jay-Z on stage, asking him to call him and begging him not to send one of his "killas" to finish him off.

The father of four also previously accused Jay of neglecting him and his wife after her Paris robbery ordeal in 2017.

Jay Z then spoke out in his 2017 album 4:44, with lyrics fans believe were directed at Kanye.

In the opening track Kill Jay-Z, which the rapper says is about "killing off the ego", Jay alleges he's talking about Kanye by starting out one section with: "You dropped outta school, you lost your principles.”

Recent reports had suggested that the pair had moved forward and ended their bickering.

Jay Z has not publicly commented on Kanye’s latest public meltdown – which has found him going on a bizarre Twitter spree after sobbing on stage during his first political rally. 

Kanye and wife Kim Kardashian, 39, recently got back from a make-it-or-break-it family trip to the Dominican Republic in attempt to “save” their marriage. 

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