Kanye West concedes 2020 Presidential run tallying 60,000 votes

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The country may not know for a while who is going to be president for the next four years, but we know who isn’t: Kanye West.

The rapper conceded as much, tweeting “WELP,” before deleting that and replacing it with just “KANYE 2024” early Wednesday. In other words, there’s still hope for Kim Kardashian to be first lady someday.

Earlier on election day, West voted for himself as a write-in candidate in Wyoming.

“God is so good Today I am voting for the first time in my life for the President of the United States, and it’s for someone I truly trust…me.” he tweeted along with video of his ballot.

West appeared on the printed ballot in 12 states, earning about 60,000 votes– including more than 10,000 in Tennessee. Still, his overall total was roughly 69 million (and counting) fewer votes than Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

The Yeezy mogul didn’t appear on the ballot in Ohio after losing a decision by the state’s highest court in September.

A supporter of President Donald Trump in the past, West launched an independent bid back in the summer, running on a platform based on love and faith.


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