Mega rapper Kanye West is a big fan of President Trump.

He’s the highest paid male celebrity in the world.

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Although he recognizes that he has no chance of winning, West announced that he’s running for President. Democrats are furious with him for draining “the Black vote” from the Democrat plantation by appearing on the ballot against, “You ain’t Black” if you don’t vote for me, Biden.

On August 6, Forbes reported that Kanye West admitted to running a “spoiler campaign” to siphon votes away from Joe Biden.

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When it was pointed out that he actually can’t win in 2020—that he won’t be on enough ballots to yield 270 electoral votes, and that a write-in campaign isn’t feasible—and thus was serving as a spoiler, the recently born-again Christian, Kanye West, replied: “I’m not going to argue with you. Jesus is King.”

About six months ago, West released his first Christian rap album “Jesus is King,” it quickly shot to the #1 spot on the billboards.

In mid-July, West struck a deal with GAP that includes a 10-year contract with the GAP brand to sell his merchandise in their stores. The brand will be called “Yeezy Gap.”

On August 15, West announced that his business enterprise which includes the Yeezy clothing and accessories line, is “topping 5 billion,” and that he’s looking for a “new trusted Christian CEO.”

On August 17, West, who adores his four children with his wife, reality star and merchandising queen, Kim Kardashian, tweeted about watching Tik Tok with his daughter. West said that “as a Christian father” he was “disturbed” by “a lot of the content,” but that he “completely loved the technology.”

In a follow up tweet 5 days later, West mentioned that he was in contact with Tik Tok, adding, “PRAISE THE LORD…I’LL KEEP EVERYONE UPDATED.”

NYP – President Trump put the Chinese tech giant ByteDance on notice on Thursday, saying he won’t give them any more time to sell TikTok’s US operations before the feds ban the popular app.

“We’ll either close up TikTok in this country for security reasons or it’ll be sold,” Trump told reporters Thursday before a trip to Michigan. “I’m not extending deadlines.”

President Trump said Thursday that the sale deadline was Sept. 15, suggesting the government was mere days away from shutting down TikTok in the US. But his Aug. 6 executive order banning transactions between ByteDance and American companies won’t take effect until Sept. 20.

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