Kanye West Says He Will Run for President in 2024

Andrei Tapalaga

Kayne West claimed in a video that he will run for president in 2024Photo byNew York Post

Famous and yet controversial rapper Kayne West, now addressed as "Ye" said that he will run for president in 2024 in a video released on Sunday, November 20th 2022.

The artist who claims that far-right broadcaster Milo Yiannopoulos is "working on the campaign" appeared in the video alongside Yiannopoulos, who most recently worked as an intern for Marjorie Taylor Greene. In the footage, it looks like Ye and Yiannopoulos are walking through what appears to be the artist's workspace, where one area is filled with apparel.

The rapper tried his Twitter account on Sunday, writing, "Testing Testing," before the video went viral. Checking to see if my Twitter is restricted," which immediately elicited responses from people ranging from "The goat is back" to "oh bad."

The video went viral on Twitter, but it was disabled due to a report from the copyright owner.

Although the internet laughs, his statement seems to be very serious. This is not the first time Ye announced that he wants to run for president of the United States in 2024. He made a similar statement 3 years ago, in 2019.

New Twitter chief Elon Musk responded to Ye’s latest tweet, saying, “Don’t kill what ye hate, Save what ye love.”

Ye was anticipated to make a 2024 presidential run statement after finishing last in the 2020 contest. The rapper pushed his supporters to cast a write-in vote for him even though he appeared on numerous state ballots for president, albeit not in crucial states like Pennsylvania. Along with Liz Cheney, Howard Stern, and Andrew Yang, The Hill listed Ye as one of the top five independent candidates most likely to run in 2024.

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