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Birthday party nominee for President Kanye West issued his official concession in the 2020 election Thursday.

“WELP,” West eloquently said in the tweet. “KANYE 2024.”

West, a national treasure, announced Tuesday that he voted for himself, which marked the first time he had cast a ballot in a U.S. presidential election.

“God is so good … 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,” he tweeted.

West garnered a historic and impressive number of votes 12 states in which he appeared on the ballot.

  • Arkansas: 3,979 votes
  • Idaho: 2,309
  • Iowa: 3,179
  • Kentucky: 6,259
  • Louisiana:4,837
  • Minnesota: 6,796
  • Mississippi: 3,009
  • Oklahoma: 5,587
  • Tennessee: 10,188.
  • Utah: 4,053 votes
  • Colorado: 5,990
  • Vermont: 1,200+

No word on whether Kanye West intends to file lawsuits against the states in which he competed, but we’re operating on the assumption that voter fraud, racism, and sabotage from Taylor Swift fans such as Rob Kendall kept “Ye” out of the White House.

Hammer and Nigel investigate in the clip below.

https://omny.fm/shows/hammer-and-nigel-show/kanye-west-will-not-be-the-next-president