Several black celebrities, including rap mogul Kanye West, met Tuesday with Donald Trump to talk about issues facing inner-city African-Americans.

Several black celebrities, including rap mogul Kanye West, met Tuesday with Donald Trump to talk about issues facing inner-city African-Americans.

Trump met with West, former NFL linebacker Ray Lewis and NFL icon and civil rights leader Jim Brown at Trump Tower in New York City.

West did not comment but posed for pictures with Trump. He later tweeted that he met with Trump "to discuss multicultural issues" including bullying, education and violence in Chicago.

Brown and Lewis said they talked with Trump about the new administration partnering with Brown's "Amer-I-Can" outreach program.

West later tweeted "(hashtag)2024" perhaps suggesting a presidential run after a two-term Trump presidency. He has previously said he will run for president in 2020.