Kanye West CONCEDES Election, Touts 2024 Run

(PresidentialInsider.com)- Rapper Kanye West has conceded the presidential election as ballots continue to be counted across the country. The rapper also touted a possible 2024 run, in a tweet published on Wednesday morning.

“KANYE 2024,” the rapper tweeted, along with a photograph of the star in front of a map of the United States.

West’s election campaign has not exactly been smooth, having filed late in most states and failing to appear on the ballot across the entire country. Ultimately, West appeared on 12 states and would have been eligible for a total of 84 electoral votes, had he won in those states. Voters in Minnesota, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Louisiana, Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, Idaho, and Arkansas were given a chance to vote for the controversial figure.

West’s best performance was in Tennessee, where he received 10,216 votes as of 10:30 a.m. PT on Wednesday. His total at this time as 60,761 nationally.

Despite knowing it was impossible to win the election, West remained positive throughout the campaign and also on election day.

“God is so good,” he said on election day.

“Today I am voting for the first time in my life for the President of the United States, and it’s for someone I truly trust…me.”

Kanye also posted a video of himself scanning his ballot, which was the first-ever vote he had cast in a presidential election.

A 2024 run would give rapper Kanye West more time to prepare a campaign, having announced late into the campaign for his 2020 run. It could mean that next time he will appear on the ballot in more states and have more time to establish a ground game to help compete with the major parties.

West’s campaign was varied and positive, though his opposition to Planned Parenthood drew a lot of criticism from other celebrities.