Jamie Foxx slams Kanye West’s presidential plans as ‘BS’
Jamie Foxx has shared his thoughts on Kanye West’s plans to join the US presidential election race and it’s safe to say he won’t be his running mate.
Kanye’s ambitious political plans have been particularly divisive with his celebrity pals like Elon Musk ‘fully supporting’ his vision, but many others such as Tiffany Haddish and Hilary Duff mocking the rapper.
And now Oscar-winning actor Jamie has revealed which side of the coin he sits on and it’s not Kanye’s.
NBA player Stephen Jackson criticised the Gold Digger rapper’s announcement in an Instagram post, writing: ‘Kanye Trump. Fool u once shame on them fool u twice u and 2x fool. #justiceforgeorgefloyd #justiceforbreonnataylor and so many more. #ivehadenough of the clown s**t.
‘Love for all who have love for all✊🏿✊🏻✊🏾✊🏼✊🏽✊ Leader of The New School. Leading with Love. Demanding not asking [sic].’
Jamie, 52, commented underneath: ‘Gottdamn right!!! Ain’t got time for the bulls**t!!!’
Around the same time, the Ray actor shared his own Instagram post subliminally writing: ‘This ain’t the time for the f****n shenanigans
‘Let’s stay focused!!! we going threw some real s**t right now… Phuck the dumb s**t #goofyniccahseason.’
Kanye, 43, hasn’t won much support for his presidential hopes.
The rapper tweeted on Sunday: ‘We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future.
‘I am running for president of the United States [US flag emoji]! #2020VISION [sic].’
Girls Trip actress Tiffany joked she was also running for president, while Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan begged Kanye not to do it, describing the confident rapper as ‘deluded’ and ‘narcissistic’.
The View host Meghan McCain also ripped into the Yeezy designer, calling him ‘unhinged’.
It has since emerged that Kanye has missed several deadlines to register as an independent candidate in certain states. He also needs to register with the Federal Election Commission although this can be done at any point.
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