Kenny West reportedly dropped out of the 2020 presidential race after two weeks Announces his bid for the White House.
On Tuesday (July 14), a member of West’s campaign team, Steve Kramer, reported Comprehensible That the rappers would allegedly not contest after gathering a 180-strong campaign team in Florida.
“He’s out,” Kramer told the publication, stating that he was in the process of “canceling all our belongings.”
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He later said: “I have nothing good or bad about Kanye … Any candidate is running for President for the first time.
Reportedly, West attempted to take his name on Ballot as a third-party candidate, but needed to collect 132,781 signatures by Wednesday (July 15) to run in Florida.
Kramer later explained Comprehensible The employee was told that the campaign to go to the ballot ended on the same day West shared a photo of himself registering to vote in Wyoming.
Free Representatives from the West have been contacted for comment.
The report came just days after the US presidential election suggested that the “Stronger” rapper would receive less than two percent of the vote. He will run against President Donald Trump and Democratic Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
West announced his candidacy on July 4, tweeting: “We must now realize America’s promise by trusting God, uniting our vision, and building our future.” I am running for President of the United States. “