US Election: Kanye West Acknowledges Defeat, Says He’s Running Again In 2024

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Kanye West has officially conceded defeat in the ongoing US Presidential race.

The 43-year-old rapper took to his Twitter on election night, Tuesday November 3 to acknowledge the fact that he’s not going to be the next President of the United States, at least in the year 2020.

“WELP KANYE 2024 🕊,” West tweeted along with a pic of himself in front a map of the US that has all the red and blue (colors representing America’s major political parties Republican and Democratic) states filled in with election results.

Earlier in the day, West voted for the first time ever, only filling out the Presidential section (voting for himself) on the ballot.

The 43-year-old Ye rapper posted a photo of himself at a polling station, writing, “Today I voted for the first time in my life for the President of the United States, and it’s for someone I truly trust…me.”

He also shared a video of himself submitting his ballot, and as social media users pointed out, he did not vote for a single other position on the ballot other than President of the United States.

According to Deadline, at least 60,000 Americans voted for West, who ran as an Independent. However, though a few states were still under 80% reported as at the time of their reports, their count puts him at 59,781 total votes.

Which means he might go over 60,000 by the time all states are fully counted. Kanye’s biggest haul was in Tennessee, where he garnered 10,188 votes. While the music mogul reportedly rank 4th in some state races, his percentage of the vote was never over .04%.

Kanye first announced he was running for president back on the Fourth of July.

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