Kanye West releases 1st campaign ad on faith and family, Internet says 'Biden ain’t the answer, vote Kanye'

The ad is targeted at families and West calls on people of faith to come together to fulfill the vision that works towards the betterment of everyone


                            Kanye West releases 1st campaign ad on faith and family, Internet says 'Biden ain’t the answer, vote Kanye'
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Kanye West, the famous rapper and record producer has released his first campaign ad on Twitter and has shown voters that he is serious about competing in the upcoming presidential elections. The ad is targeted at families and he calls on people of faith to come together to fulfill the vision that works towards the betterment of everyone. After many reports indicated that West's run for president had fallen apart in three months and analyzed how it might not be possible for the rapper to run for the position to take over the Oval Office, this campaign serves as proof that the rapper is serious about competing. Voters, who have seen this ad on social media have a variety of opinions to register and there is also support for West's decision to compete. 

One person shared West's ad on Twitter and wrote, "For those who don’t understand: @kanyewest is showing you that ANYONE can run for office. If you have the time, the money, and the will to change your country for the better...DO IT! We need you! That’s what I’m doing, AND IT’S WORKING! Try succeeding. You might. #DEITNER2022."



 

Quite a few also shared their opinion that West could possibly be the answer that America needs. From shoutouts to claims of him being the G.O.A.T, there were also people who supported the rapper over Biden. One user shared, "Kanye2020- family building is what builds a stronger America, through god and prayer, aswell as happiness within... family’s can grow closer and happier... America can rise to be brighter- shoutout to Kanye for being #[email protected] #goat #theanswer."



 

Another voter wrote, "To my college indoctrinated wokes...Biden ain’t the answer, vote Kanye!" Another voter also indicated that West's choice to stress on faith and families was a good move and wrote, "'By turning to faith we will be the kind of nation, the kind of people, God intends us to be'. I’m really liking this ad from Kanye."



 

 



 

There has also been a comparison between West and the current president, Donald Trump. One user wrote, "Dear evangelical Republicans, this is the candidate you’ve been waiting for. Definitely vote for him. #maga #yeezypotus." One person shared, "Neither mainstream candidate has managed to make a campaign this impactful."

 



 

 



 

There was also opposition to West's attempt at entering the presidential election as a candidate. From claims about him not being able to release an album on time purporting there is no way he would be able to run the country, to wondering if enabling someone with the condition that West is suffering from is the right thing to do, social media was abuzz with the ad. 

One must note that West's decision to enter the race came late and so he will not be able to compete in Florida, Texas and Michigan, however, he will be on the ballot in Colorado, Minnesota, and Iowa. The rappers party is called 'Birthday Party' and so far, West has not shared a manifesto or his party's political beliefs leaving many confused as to what his aim really is. Many worry that West entering the race may not interest the majority of the population. However, even minor interest in him in the states that he has managed to make it to might create a disadvantage for the main candidates who are competing -- Trump and Biden. 

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