Kanye West Goes On Donald Trump Tweet Storm, Hints At 2024 Presidential Run (TWEETS)


Though we shouldn’t be surprised anymore by what could happen, 2016 just keeps shocking us because it’s become so unbelievable. This morning when we reported that Kanye West was at Trump Tower visiting President-elect Donald Trump we were convinced it could not get any worse. However, West has exceeded our expectations. Eager beaver. Overachiever.

West took to Twitter to explain why he was visiting the President-elect, who of course made time out of his extremely busy transitioning schedule to visit with the megalomaniac rap star. In a series of tweets, he explained that he met with Trump to discuss “multicultural issues” which is reasonable considering the stance of some of Trump’s most ardent supporters.

‘I wanted to meet with Trump today to discuss muticultural issues.’

He also added that he discussed “bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago.” All of which are very reasonable things we should be concerned with and press the President-elect on. He also tweeted:

‘I feel it is important to have a direct line of communication with our future President if we truly want change.’

Again, reasonable. Beyond reasonable. If we want change, we should make our voices heard. However, West completely negated everything he tweeted with one mysterious tweet – one that will strike fear into the hearts of many. He simply tweeted, “#2024,” which could be a hint at a Kanye West bid for president.

This is not unreasonable considering back in 2015 he stated he would run for president in 2020.

‘I don’t know what I finna [sic] lose after this. It don’t matter, though; It’s not about me. It’s about ideas. New ideas. People with ideas. People who believe in truth. And yes, as you probably could’ve guessed by this moment, I have decided in 2020 to run for president.’

We can only assume the megalomaniac will not step on the other megalomaniac’s toes and will let him have the opportunity to serve for eight years (Jesus help us all).

Featured image via Getty Images / Drew Angerer.