Kanye West has revealed that he plans to continue his career in politics, backing up recent buzz that he’ll be running for President of the United States – again – in 2024.This week saw West sit down for an interview with ABC’s Linsey Davis, delivering a 30-minute interview for an exclusive report dubbed ‘A Conversation With Ye’.
In it, he opened up about his relationship with his children, his recent Yeezy brand dramas with Gap and Adidas (and subsequent decision to go solo), his newly opened private school and his fraught relationship with ex-wife Kim Kardashian.At one point in the lengthy chat, conversation turned to West’s failed run for President in 2020.
Davis asked the rapper if he had “future political aspirations”, to which he replied: “Yes. Absolutely. You know, it’s… That time wasn’t in God’s time.
I’m sure there’s lives that were saved. I’m sure God had me fall on the sword and say, ‘This is not the time,’ but you know, he’s a redeemer.”See a preview of West’s interview with Davis below:Among West’s Presidential vows were promises to “restore [the US’] commitment to faith”, “cure homelessness and hunger”, and champion Black-owned businesses.Read more on nme.com