Kanye West Presidential campaign tapped Donald Trump for 2024 US elections

MIAMI, FL - DECEMBER 05: Kanye West speaks at Surface Magazine's DesignDialogues No. 6 With Hans Ulrich Obrist, Kanye West And Jacques Herzog at Moore Building on December 5, 2013 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Surface Magazine)

Kanye West is back on Twitter, and he’s wondering if asking former President Donald Trump to be his running mate in the 2024 Presidential Elections was a good idea.

Ye announced earlier this week that he would run for president again after losing to President Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential elections.

Now, Ye has resurrected his campaign for the presidency of the free world, and he has chosen Trump as his running mate.

Kanye asked his 32.2 million followers in a recent tweet that has received nearly 700,000 votes.

He tweeted:

“First time at Mar-a-Lago Rain and traffic Can’t believe I kept President Trump waiting And I had on jeans Yikes What you guys think his response was when I asked him to be my running mate in 2024?”

According to a poll, the votes for “Ye” now account for 58.9% of all votes cast, with 41.1 saying Trump’s response was a “No.”

The two had previously been very friendly, with Ye wearing Donald Trump’s infamous “Make America Great Again” cap.

The visit came just weeks after Trump stated that Ye needed “assistance” following his recent anti-Semitic outburst in the media.

Ye, who had been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, had refused treatment to manage his episodes.

Kanye has been the subject of headlines in recent months due to his controversial statements, ranging from disparaging the Black Lives Matter movement with his White Lives Matter statement shirts to his plans to “dathcon3” Jews. There have also been reports of his admiration for Adolf Hitler in recent months.

Kanye’s net worth plummeted due to his problematic media stances, as his biggest investor, Adidas, pulled the plug on his Yeezy deal, costing his net worth more than 1.5 billion dollars.

An Adidas representative said in a statement:

“Ye’s recent comments and actions have been unacceptable, hateful and dangerous, and they violate the company’s values of diversity and inclusion, mutual respect and fairness.”

GAP, Balenciaga, and MRC have also cut ties with the “DONDA” rapper, leaving him nearly bankrupt in the coming months.