President West, anyone?
Kanye West has dropped one of his biggest hints that he’s running for President in 2024.
The ‘Life of Pablo’ rapper resurrected his apparent desire for a Presidential run in six years’ time earlier this week after he posted – and quickly deleted – a tweet that showed pictures of his face in what appeared to be mocked-up campaign posters.
The posters depict his face, which is seen alongside the slogan ‘Keep America Great’ and the hashtag “#Kanye2024”.
Although the tweet was swiftly deleted, fans kept a record of the post and have since re-shared it on Twitter.
Overnight, Kanye referred to his apparent run for the White House once again by simply tweeting “2024”.
Taking to Twitter this afternoon (April 25), Kanye then addressed TMZ‘s Harvey Levin by telling him that “your [sic] hearing from your future President”.
He then joked that when he becomes President he intends to change Air Force One’s name to ‘Yeezy Force One’.
Referring to his political stance, Kanye then claimed that he wasn’t “even political”.
Kanye previously met current President Donald Trump when he was President-elect in 2016, and first announced his plans to run for the White House in 2020 during the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
“And yes, as you probably could’ve guessed in this moment, I’ve decided in 2020 to run for president”, he said as he accepted the lifetime achievement award.
Yesterday, it was claimed that Kanye still “loves” Donald Trump, more than a year into his divisive presidency.
Kanye is also planning to release a new album in June, as well as producing efforts from Pusha T and Nas.