Jamie Foxx Slams Kanye West’s Presidential Bid

Written by on July 7, 2020

Kanye West made headlines after he introduced his plans to run for president in 2020.

However not everyone seems to be right here for it. Stephen Jackson is amongst those that has spoken out in opposition to Ye’s bid for the White Home. The NBA star reposted a tweet from DJ Hed warning of the risks of electing celebrities who’ve by no means held public workplace.

“If you happen to wouldn’t rent a plumber to work on {the electrical} wiring in your home why would you vote this fashion?” requested Hed. “America’s obsession with fame / celeb is the endgame.”

Alongside along with his repost, Jackson introduced up Kanye’s affiliation with the present President of america. “Kanye Trump. Idiot u as soon as disgrace on them idiot u twice u and 2x idiot. #justiceforgeorgefloyd #justiceforbreonnataylor and so many extra,” he wrote, including, “#ivehadenough of the clown shit.”

His message was preferred by over 90,000 of his followers together with Kanye’s “Gold Digger” collaborator Jamie Foxx, who was in settlement with Jackson. “Gottdamn proper!!!” Foxx commented on the publish. “Ain’t obtained time for the bullshit!!!”

Jamie Foxx IG

Jamie Foxx IG

Nevertheless, pals together with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, 2 Chainz, and Ty Dolla $ign had been in assist of Kanye’s run for workplace. “Ye for president,” tweeted Ty, whereas 2 Chainz added, “Shiiit I hated i voted early actual speak.”

On the Fourth of July, Kanye introduced his presidential bid. “We should now understand the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our imaginative and prescient and constructing our future,” he tweeted. “I’m working for president of america.”

Regardless of his intentions, it could be too late for him to enter the 2020 race in opposition to Donald Trump and Joe Biden. He has but to register as a candidate to get on state election ballots and has already missed the deadline for states together with Indiana, New York, and Texas.

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