“You should be honored by my lateness, that I would even show up to this fake sh*t.”
That lyric from Kanye West’s song “Stronger” seems pretty appropriate right about now. That’s because the rapper and Mr. Kim Kardashian announced that he is running for President of the United States on Twitter Saturday night.
Soon after the “Jesus Walks” rapper made his declaration, he picked up the endorsement of two wealthy and high-profiles individuals. This comes several years after West visited the White House, announcing his support for President Trump as he wore one of those iconic red Make America Great Again hats.
Both Cuban and Musk are billionaires and could, if willing, would be a major boost to a possible West candidacy. Oh and West managed to grab that highly-coveted endorsement of his wife and “Keeping with the Kardashian” star, Kim Kardashian. So who else will come out in support of putting Kanye West in the Oval Office.
Whether West is serious, who knows but let’s remember what happened the last time a maniacal, narcissistic, egomaniac announced he was running for the highest job in the land.
Likely, the whole thing is nothing more than a publicity stunt by West. But can you imagine a debate that involves President Donald Trump and Kanye West? Is there a stage big enough for those two massive egos? Who interrupts who and when? And at what time do Trump and West go on their long, drawn out, nonsensical answers that don’t even remotely come close to answering the asked question? If Trump or Biden go over their allotted time to answer a particular question, will West physically take the microphone out of their hand much like he did to Taylor Swift?
These are the kinds of important questions that must be answered before a Trump, Biden and West debate.