Atlanta rapper Offset is ready to see another reality TV star take over the presidency. The hip-hop star has co-signed the idea of Kim Kardashian running for president.

In a new on-street interview, Off caved into the idea of Kim K as head of state in light of her recent prison reform movements.

“H*ll yeah, I f*ck with that sh*t. I’ve been through that sh*t. Being that first time, people don’t give a f*ck about you. Then if you ever get a second chance, that’s 100 because I’ve been through it. Kim for president, man. She’s letting n*ggas out of jail – she deserve to be president. Ain’t no other president doing that sh*t – and she helping black folks, so I f*ck with that 10,000 times hard.” (TMZ)

Yesterday, Kim had a low-key meeting at the White House to discuss prison reform and to reportedly help a 30-year-old get out of serving a life sentence.

Her cause is prison reform … and she’s also championing the case of Chris Young, who is serving a life sentence in Tennessee for cocaine and marijuana possession. Young, who is now 30, has already served just under 10 years. Kim also says she’s in regular touch with Jared Kushner, who she says is “passionate” about prison reform … especially in drug cases where the sentences are draconian. Kim wants the President to get behind prison reform legislation that will rejigger sentences so they fit the crime. (TMZ)

This week, Kim appeared on the “Wrongful Conviction” podcast to discuss her support for Chris Young.

“Yesterday, I had a call with a gentleman that’s in prison for a drug case – got life,” she said on the podcast. “It’s so unfair. He’s 30 years old. He’s been in for almost 10 years. … I was on the phone with the judge that sentenced him to life.” (“Wrongful Conviction”)

According to reports, Young received his life sentence in 2014 as a result of having two prior drug-dealing convictions.

Young was charged in December 2010, one of 32 people — including some gang members — who federal prosecutors said were involved in drug trafficking in Clarksville, Tennessee. Court documents say federal agents believed Young was buying crack cocaine from a leader of the ring at a gas station. He was charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine and crack cocaine and other counts. Young had two prior drug-dealing convictions, and his new charges triggered the federal “three strikes” law requiring a mandatory life term if found guilty. (USA Today)