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If you've been too glum to follow the latest developments on Kanye West's presidential bid, you might have missed the series of (un)official campaign videos of the rapper-turned-political hopeful released on Thanksgiving Day.
One of the campaign videos Ye produced is a compilation of celebrities and media personalities who have publicly criticized him in recent months, including actress Vivica A. Fox. In the clip with Fox, the Fox Soul actor and host speaks out against West and encourages others to boycott him. This criticism stemmed from his Drink Champs interview, in which he falsely claimed that George Floyd was not killed by lack of oxygen but by fentanyl.
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"Hey Kanye. Eff you. And that's what I mean by everything inside me," Fox is heard saying of the video clip. "You have to cancel it. And I know we're not trying to be in an abandon culture, but we have to punch him in the pockets now. Because he obviously doesn't care about African American culture."
Apparently, the "Fox Soul" episode was wiretapped on the same day Adidas froze Yes's bank accounts and then sued the rapper for $275 million. While he didn't provide any context or comment in the campaign video as to why it was included, that didn't stop Fox from responding.
"Now dawdle if you use a clip with me it should be accurate!" the Two Can Play That Game star tweeted. "I wasn't happy that you said George Floyd wasn't murdered but THANK YOU for watching my @foxsoultv show #CocktailsWithQueens and knowing that 2 can play this game," wrote Vivica A. Fox.
As Ye returns to the political arena, we see him further allying himself with controversial far-right characters like Nick Fuentes and Milo Yiannopoulis. The campaign video follows Yes's recent visit to Mar-A-Lago, where he asked former President Trump to become his running mate in 2024.
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