Kanye West’s race for the presidency of the United States has come to an end as he accepts election defeat.
Last Tuesday, Kanye tweeted calling time and thereafter turned his attention to the next elections in 2024. ‘’Kanye 2024,’’ the rapper wrote on his Twitter.
Earlier on, the rapper exercised his democratic rights. In a video shared online, he cast a vote in Wyoming, where he penned his own name on a 2020 election ballot.
With his ‘God is so Good’ face mask on and an ‘I Voted’ sticker on his shirt, he tweeted on Tuesday. In his tweet, he said he for the first time voted for the president of the US. He said he voted for someone he truly trusts, himself.
He also posted a photo of himself standing in front of a map of the US which indicated the latest results of the race. The self-described ‘Birthday Party’ candidate failed to claim a victory in any of the twelve states where he appeared on the ballot.
Kanye West, 43 appeared in the pre-printed ballots in just 12 states including Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, and Vermont.
In the small hours of Wednesday, November 4, 2020, the election was in the balance with neither President Trump nor Joe Biden in the lead.
His election defeat doesn’t come as a surprise though, many people believe he had just come to disrupt the vote.
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