Kanye is running for president in 2024 with campaign manager Milo

Rapper Ye — formerly known as Kanye West — confirmed Sunday that he will be running for president in 2024. Ye also announced his campaign manager.

Ye took a Gossip X17Online media group to his studio in Crenshaw for an exclusive peek at his 2024 campaign merchandise.

Kanya West is running for president

Watch: You are 2024

Showcasing Balenciaga products, although the Paris-based fashion house said last October it “no longer had any relationship nor any plans for future projects related to” Ye.

When asked by staff if he would run for president, Yi said yes, adding that far-right political agitator Milo Yiannopoulos would be his campaign manager.

“Yes. It’s easy. It’s just a move towards the future,” Ye said as he walked alongside Yiannopoulos, also known as Milo.

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Milo Yiannopoulos

Yiannopoulos wrote to Breitbart News from 2014 to 2017. During this period, he was also described as a “lead actor” in the Gamergate saga.

Other than often deriding feminism, political correctness and Islam, Yiannopoulos also took a jab at the players, referring to them as “peppy beta male scratchers”.

Hours before getting an exclusive sneak peek at his studio, Ye tested the Twitter waters again: “Test Testing to see if my Twitter is unblocked.”

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You are 2020

Yi ran for president during the 2020 race and qualified for the ballot in 12 states but failed to gain traction in other areas.

His campaign team sued to get access to ballots in Arizona, Ohio, Wisconsin, Virginia, and West Virginia, but then lost all appeals and gave up on Illinois, Montana, Missouri, and New Jersey.

By the time Yi conceded on November 4, 2020, he had received approximately 70,000 votes in the United States where he had the right to vote.

Yi sought to speak

In October, Yi also said he intended to buy the far-right social media platform, Parler, explaining: “In a world where conservative views are controversial, we have to make sure we have the right to express ourselves freely.”

Parler CEO George Farmer said the deal “will change the way the world thinks about free speech.”

“Yi is making a pioneering move in the field of free media, and you will never have to fear being removed from social media again,” he said.

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