Kanye West: Still Supporting Trump and Still Going to Run for President

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It's been about two months since rapper, Kanye West said that he was exiting the political sphere after feeling "used" by people to spread political messages. Well, now, West is back again, tweeting out his thoughts to assure the public that he is still rocking and rolling with President Trump in 2019. 

"Trump all day," he tweeted.  "Just so in 2019 you know where I stand."  

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Twitter @KanyeWest

He then went on to make mention of free thought and his unwillingness to ever be programmed - especially as a black man. Kanye has been very vocal about his battle with mental illness and has claimed that the release of his sporadic thoughts into the world is a healing mechanism. 

"They will not program me," and adding, "Blacks are 90% Democrats That sounds like control to me."

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Twitter @KanyeWest

Amidst promoting his political stance, West strongly advocated for love and peace, tweeting out, "Love everyone."  

"We will change the world.  God is on my side. I am a Christian. I am a tax payer. I am myself. God is with us," he added. 

The rappers timeline is currently populated with retweets from fans offering support to the rapper. 

That support may come in handy because the rapper simply tweeted out, "2024." 

It appears Kanye was not kidding when he took the stage during the 2015 VMA's and said that he would run for president. That night, the Blood on the Leaves rapper concluded his insightful Video Vanguard Award speech with his bid to control the oval office. 

"If my grandfather was here right now he would not let me back down! I don't know I'm fittin' to lose after this. It don't matter though, cuz it ain't about me. It's about ideas, bro. New ideas. People with ideas. People who believe in truth. And yes, as you probably could have guessed by this moment, I have decided in 2020 to run for president."

Most people took his bid as a joke, but here we are three years later and it seems the joke is no more. Kanye has pushed his campaign to 2024, but he appears to be all in. 


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