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Kanye West says he'll run for President in 2024
Kanye West hasnt forgotten about running for office (Picture: Getty/ Rex)

Kanye West has stated his legitimate interest in running for US Presidency in 2024.

The rapper hit headlines in 2015 after announcing his plans to run for the White House during the VMAs, and it seems now he has pushed back his original running date from 2020 to 2024.

Asked in a radio interview with DJ Pharris of Power 92 Chicago about running for president, Kanye said: If I decide to do it, it will be done, Im not going to try.

He added: Yes, 100% it could happen… 2024.

The outspoken 41-year-old has previously praised Donald Trump but he also said he had love for left-wing senator Bernie Sanders.

In another interview this week, ye spoke in depth about his feelings on Donald Trump and his relationship with the black community.

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Both Kim and Kanye have been linked to Trump (Picture: Twitter/ Backgrid)

Speaking to 107.5 WGCI-AM Chicago on Wednesday Kanye said: He cares about the way black people feel about him and he would like for black people for him like they did when he was cool in the rap songs and all this.

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He continued: He knows that he cant be the greatest president without the acceptance of the black community.

So what are President Kanyes main party promises? To focus on the medical industry and the paper (money).

He told DJ Phrarris: Heres one thing I learned by hanging around with Jay-Z, and being married to my wife, is you cant f*** up the paper (money).

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Kanye promises to keep his eye on the paper – something he learnt from his wife Kim (Picture: VAEM, FAMA)

Re-affirming his centrist politics, he added: thats the problem with a lot of the radical leaders in the past.

The hip hop artist who is married to Kim Kardashian is known for having controversial opinions, doesnt have much political experience and has a fiery Twitter presence.

Sound familiar to anyone?

Stranger things have happened at the Oval Office, so who knows what 2024 could hold.

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