Kanye West's 'hero' is Emma Gonzalez — and hers is James Shaw Jr.

Kanye West's admiration for gun control activist Emma Gonzalez isn't mutual.

Just days after West declared himself fully aboard the Donald Trump train, the rapper took to Twitter to praise Gonzalez as his "hero."

"My hero Emma Gonzalez," he wrote Saturday night, before sharing a photo of his freshly-shaved head that he wrote was "inspired by Emma."

Gonzalez, 18, quickly responded with a tweet of her own that mimicked the wording of West's note, but expressed admiration for James Shaw Jr., the man who helped end the Tennessee Waffle House shooting.

"My hero James Shaw Jr.," she wrote alongside a photo of Shaw and his young daughter.

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An unarmed Shaw took down the naked gunman who opened fire at the fast food restaurant April 22. Shaw's bravery, in which he charged at the assailant during a pause in gunfire and knocked the weapon out of his hand, likely saved patrons and prevented a death toll higher than four.

"I figured if I was going to die, he was going to have to work for it," Shaw said of the moment he decided to act. "I don't want people to think that I was the Terminator or Superman or anybody like that… So much life was lost for no reason. I feel like it could be very selfish of me if I didn't point it out. And I apologize."

Shaw has since helped raise more than $192,000 for the victims' families thanks to a GoFundMe he launched last week.

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The fact that Gonzalez idolizes Shaw is no surprise; the Florida teen has been the face of gun control advocacy since the Feb. 14 shooting at her Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which claimed the lives of 17 students and teachers.

Gonzalez and her fellow classmates organized the March for Our Lives Rally in Washington, D.C. March 24 — which was attended by West and wife Kim Kardashian.

Still, the rapper's praise of Gonzalez comes as a surprise end to a week filled with tweets and song lyrics declaring loyalty to President Trump.

West previously wrote that he loved his "brother" Trump, and proudly rocked a signed Make America Great Again hat in multiple photos.

He defended his political stance in the lyrics of a new track, "Ye vs. The People," which was released Friday.

"Make America Great Again had a negative reception. I took it, wore it, rocked it gave it a new direction," he rapped. "Added empathy, care and love and affection, and y'all simply questionin' my methonds."

Meanwhile, West's friend John Legend — whose private texts urging the rapper to reconsider his political stance were made public by West — chimed in on his love for Gonzalez, and noted that his newfound right-wing fans may soon be in for a rude awakening.

"Maga's gonna be really disappointed if Kanye ever finds out about their policy positions," Legend wrote, referring to Gonzalez's fight for gun control.