Kanye West made headlines last week after announcing on Twitter on his move for running presidential post against Donald Trump.
Kanye, 43, who was a big supporter of Trump decided to try his luck on presidential race at current term following previous ambition on running the post on 2024.
According to the Sun, President Trump backed the rapper for challenging him, “a real voice., ….” but he said the rapper is missing the deadline to register in a number of states.
He said: “It’d have to be limited to certain states because in some states the deadline has been missed.”
“If he did it he would have to view this as a trial run for what’s going to happen in four years.”
Kanye West has told Forbes he will be running as a candidate for the “Birthday Party” and that his running mate is a little-known preacher from Wyoming named Michelle Tidball.
He said he was advised by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who publicly backed the rapper’s bid on Twitter.
Kanye told the news outlet that he no longer supports Trump, saying: “I am taking the red hat off, with this interview.”
He also admitted that he has never voted in his life, and is comfortable with the fact that he is more likely to take votes away from presumed Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
The rapper said: “I’m not denying it, I just told you. To say that the Black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy.”