The presidential hopeful sat down with Nick Cannon for a lengthy interview where he addressed many people’s theory that he is working with the Trump campaign to siphon off African-American votes from Joe Biden.
In a clip, posted by Cannon on Instagram, the pair discuss politics his presidential run, and people calling both stars “crazy.”
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“The Genius that is @KanyeWest Tomorrow exclusively on my podcast @CannonsClassTV,” Cannon wrote alongside the teaser video.
In the clip, Nick Cannon tells Kanye, “People keep on saying I think that y’all, you and Republicans, are in cahoots,” adding how many believe Republicans are “paying you to do what you’re doing to be a distraction” in the 2020 election.”
Kim Kardashian’s husband responds simply, “Bro, can’t nobody pay me, I got more money than Trump.”
Nick Cannon also addressed a recent allegation against both artists, of being ‘paid slaves’ who need to “take their toys and go back home.”
In the interview, Nick describes many people’s issue with Kanye West running for President — saying, “people are saying you are a distraction because they don’t want four more years of Trump.”
He added, “You might, but I don’t, and you want an alternative of four years of Ye. Is that realistic right now?”
Kanye jokes in his response, saying, “I’m not running for President, I’m walking.”
In the video, you can see that Cannon traveled to Kanye’s Wyoming ranch to conduct the interview, which is now seemingly also headquarters for his Presidential campaign.
The interview is set to air on Cannon’s podcast, which will be released tomorrow.
The video clip comes on the heels of Kanye West suing to get on the Presidental ballot in Wisconsin after the state claimed he didn’t meet the state’s deadline to be considered.
According to reports, Kanye claims he DID get his submission in on time, with only seconds to spare.
The lawsuit, filed in Brown County, Wisconsin is reportedly asking the court to put him and running mate Michelle Tidwell officially on the ballot for the election in November. The Wisconsin Election Commission apparently rejected Kanye’s submission claiming he missed the 5:00 PM deadline to turn in his paperwork.
Interestingly, West claims the deadline is actually 5:01 p.m. — and he made it — by filing just 14 seconds after 5 p.m.
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