Rapper Kanye made waves at the weekend when he announced his plans to win the Oval Office, taking on incumbent Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
The rapper, who announced his plan to run at the weekend, says his chief advisors are wife Kim Kardashian and Tesla boss Elon Musk – primed to head Kanye’s “space program” – plus a preacher, who would be his Vice President if elected in November.
A former Donald Trump supporter, Kanye “lost confidence” in him and is “taking the red hat off” for good, referencing his Make America Great Again cap, due to Trump’s handling of the coronavirus crisis and protests.
Kanye said: “I don’t like that I caught wind that he hid in the bunker.”
He added that he had warmed to Trump in the first place because “I like Trump hotels and the saxophones in the lobby”.
Kanye, who has never voted, came up with the idea of running for President in the shower, and already has his slogan sorted – a simple “Yes!”
Kanye who announced his intentions to jostle for the American presidency on his Birthday Party said: “Because when we win, it’s everybody’s birthday.”
In a four-hour interview with Forbes magazine, the rapper admitted he is anti-vaccines and anti-abortion – so it’s a pretty controversial start.
Kanye also said he wants his team run like the “innovative” team at Marvel’s fictional land Wakanda, who, it should be noted, have superpowers.
“Like anything I’ve ever done in my life, I’m doing it to win,” said Kanye.