Seems like Kayne West has admitted defeat on the present run for presidency, however is already setting his sights on a 2024 presidential bid.
The rapper’s title was on the poll for 12 states, though he earned lower than 60,000 votes. Early Wednesday morning, he tweeted an image of himself in entrance of the electoral map, with the caption “Welp Kanye 2024.” He later deleted this tweet and reposted the picture with the tweet “Kanye 2024.” Information retailers have interpreted his “welp” as an admission of defeat.
On Election Day (November 3, 2020), Kanye documented his voting course of by posting a sequence of tweets. One of his tweets included: “God is so good. At present I’m voting for the primary time in my life for the President of the USA, and it’s for somebody I really belief … me.”
Followers consider that Kanye’s spouse, Kim Kardashian, voted for Joe Biden after she preferred a number of tweets supporting the Democratic nominee, though she refused to substantiate that publicly.
Kanye appeared on the poll in solely 12 states as a result of he missed the submitting deadline for the opposite states. Some states even legally barred him from showing. Kanye then proceeded to encourage voters to write down his title on to their poll papers.
As of Wednesday morning, Kanye earned 58,647 votes, as reported by The Related Press. Now he’s longing for a presidency run in 2024.
What do you suppose? Would you wish to see Kanye run for President of the USA — once more? ~Marriska Fernandes
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