- Kanye West has given up hope of winning the US presidential election
- The rapper who entered the presidential race as an independent candidate, is now looking forward to the 2024 election
- The US election has become a two-way race between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden
Kanye West has conceded defeat in the ongoing US presidential election. The rapper had entered the presidential race as an independent candidate.
The superstar took to Twitter on Wednesday, November 4, to share that he was now eyeing the 2024 election.
The disappointed Kanye shared a pic of himself walking past the 2020 election results map. He captioned his post: "KANYE 2024."
Kanye had earlier told his fans that he voted for the first time in his life during the 2020 election. He shared that he voted for himself.
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"God is so good. Today I am voting for the first time in my life for the President of the United States, and it's for someone I truly trust... Me."
The election became a two-way race between President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden.
The Washington Post reported that while Trump was projected to win the state of Florida, Biden insisted early on Wednesday that "we believe we’re on track to win this election". Biden said:
"It ain’t over till every vote is counted."
The Fade hitmaker's fans have flooded his comment section with mixed reactions to his latest post about the 2024 election. Check out some of the comments below:
"Voted for you."
"We got you king."
"I’ll vote for you again."
"Still not gonna win. Stick to music."
"The fact that in the 40 something years you have been alive you have never voted other than for yourself... embarrassing."
"You've deliberately swayed away 50 000 votes despite knowing that you stand no chance in the presidential race as an independent candidate. We all know that you've done this to aid the Republicans. You are a curse to America."
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Kanye West pledged support to protesting Nigerians.
Award-winning American rapper Kanye West took to social media to show solidarity to Nigerian protesters who called on the government to end the SARS unit of the police force.
He said that the government must listen to the cries of the people and end police brutality.
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