WASHINGTON – Kanye West has given the US and the world a glimpse of what President Kanye would be like, in an exclusive interview with The Dependent – the first since suggesting he’ll run for office.
The rapper said he would model his White House operation on Wakanda, the kingdom from Black Panther, and his social welfare programme based on Agrabah, the kingdom from Aladdin.
West told The Dependent he is ‘extremely cautious’ about a coronavirus vaccine, which is ‘designed to create the world from Hardwired’.
He said: “They want to put chips inside of us, they want to do all kinds of things – a world where corporations control all of our lives.”
While West said he would decide in the next 30 days whether to definitely stand in November’s presidential election, he confirmed that he has short lifted two names for his party.
“I have already announced The Birthday Party as one name. I would like to exclusively tell you that we are also considering The Iftar Party – which goes perfectly with Agrabah,” West said.
Critics maintain that a Kanye West presidential run could divide Democratic vote bank, and boost President Donald Trump’s reelection bid.
It is pertinent to mention that in a 2015 survey 30% of Republican primary voters said they supported bombing Agrabah.