Kanye West Announces He’s Running for President of the U.S. in 2024, Shares 1st Campaign Ads

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President Kanye West? Amid the rapper's ongoing controversies, he's officially tossing his hat for the 2024 presidential election.
The "Stronger" rapper, 45, launched his campaign via his newly resurrected Twitter account on Thursday November 24. (New platform owner, Elon Musk, restored West's profile earlier this month after he was previously banned for sharing anti-Semitic messages.) West titled a series of campaign ads with the hashtag "Ye24."
One of the Chicago native's ads even mentioned his recent anti-Semitic controversy, sharing footage from his interview with Tucker Carlson and Dave Chappelle's critical Saturday Night Live monologue.
President Donald Trump hugs Kanye West during a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House October 11, 2018 in Washington, DC. Oliver Contreras/UPI/Shutterstock
West - who previously ran for POTUS in 2020 against President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump - has been the subject of recent controversy. The Yeezy designer first made headlines last month after wearing a White Lives Matter shirt at his Paris Fashion Week show. While the likes of Gigi Hadid, Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin), Diddy and Vogue's Gabriella Karefa-Johnson have made his fashion choices public, he continues to defend his actions.
"I do certain things out of a feeling, I'm just channeling the energy," West said during an Oct. 6 episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight. "It just feels right. It's a gut feeling, a connection to God and just brilliance.”
The Grammy winner further reinforced his stance, claiming that individuals of the Jewish faith were falsely responsible for the attacks on him on social media. Weeks later, West hurled multiple anti-Semitic messages on Instagram and Twitter, claiming he wanted to commit "Death Cheat 3" against those who practice Judaism.
"I'm going to say I'm sorry for the people I hurt with the 'death cheat' [comments]," West finally apologized during an Oct. 19 appearance on Piers Morgan Uncensored. "I feel like I've hurt and created confusion. And I feel sorry for the families of people who were unrelated to the trauma I went through and for using my platform where you say hurt people hurt people. I was injured."
While West continues to support his actions, he has lost millions of dollars in branding deals. Adidas, Balenciaga, Gap, Vogue and CAA (Creative Arts Agency) have all severed ties with the rapper.
Almost two years earlier, the "Heartless" musician had announced his first foray into politics.
"It was something that God put in my heart in 2015," West said of his intentions as president during an appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast in October 2020. "A few days before the MTV Awards, it hit me in the shower . The first time I thought about it I just started laughing to myself and all that joy came over my body, through my soul. I felt this energy. I felt this spirit.”
He added at the time, "If it's in God's plan that part of my journey is to be the governor, then that's fine, but my calling is to be the leader of the free world."
Kanye West Michael Wyke/AP/Shutterstock
Despite West's high hopes of winning the general election, he only qualified for the ballot box in 12 states. He garnered 60,000 votes and finally conceded the morning after the 2020 election. Despite losing to 80-year-old Biden, West has continued to point to another run.
"If you're running for 24, I bet your spouse will be with you / Who put that together? Me, that's who," the record producer rapped on his Keep It Burnin' song, which was released in April, seemingly hinting that he wants ex-wife Kim Kardashian's support.
The 42-year-old Skims mogul - who shares with West North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3, filed for divorce in February 2021. Kardashian was declared legally single in March.

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