New York rapper Jim Jones stays with the jokes. The hip-hop veteran has shared his two cents on Kanye West's upcoming new foot apparel and cited his taste in fashion for being reason enough not to make Yeezy president of the United States.
Jim Jones Trolls Kanye West
On Wednesday, Jimmy hit up Instagram to go all the way in on West. Jones shared a snapshot of a prototype shoe Kanye is working on and said President West would likely force Americans to wear them.
“If elected Ur president is gonna make u wear these just like they gonna try and make us take tht vaccine ok I’m out lol #deadserious though lol” -Jim Jones’ Twitter
A few hours ago, Kanye lit up his Twitter page with sneak peeks into apparel he’s currently working on.
On Wednesday, North Carolina rapper DaBaby went to his social media pages with the huge announcement. Instead of showing support for current president Donald Trump or his Democratic opponent Joe Biden, DB said he’s putting his trust in West on election day.
Hours prior, Kanye West went to his Twitter page and gave Baby a random shout-out.
“Lesssgoooooooooooo … Da baby ad lib by the way” -Kanye West’s Twitter
Wait, There’s More
The announcement came hours after California senator Kamala Harris officially joined forces with Joe Biden as his vice president running mate. Joe credited Harris’ past work in politics and determination to look out for the common person as a key reason for choosing her.
“I have the great honor to announce that I’ve picked @KamalaHarris — a fearless fighter for the little guy, and one of the country’s finest public servants — as my running mate. … Back when Kamala was Attorney General, she worked closely with Beau. I watched as they took on the big banks, lifted up working people, and protected women and kids from abuse. I was proud then, and I’m proud now to have her as my partner in this campaign.” -Joe Biden’s Twitter
Before You Go
A few days ago, independent head of state candidate hopeful Kanye West made headlines for not securing the minimum amount of signatures needed to appear on an Illinois presidential candidate ballot.
The Illinois native, running as an independent, reportedly fell short by 1,300 signatures according a state hearing officer who reviewed the number of nominations submitted by West’s party. In order to make the ballot, West had to submit 2,500 signatures, but Friday’s hearing officer only recorded 1,200 signatures. The official determination will be submitted on August 21, when the finalized ballot is announced by the Illinois State Board of Elections. (Fox News)
Earlier the same week, Kanye sent out a cryptic message about his goal of winning.