Internet Imagines Kanye West’s Reaction To Losing Presidential Election

The Internet always makes time for Kanye West. Social media has done the most to imagine what Yeezy is thinking after coming up more than just short in winning the presidential election.

Kanye West’s Election Loss Sparks Endless Memes

Social media has spared no expense and gone completely off-off on Kanye. Instagram – specifically – has made West the perfect target for a flurry of hard-hitting memes poking fun at his bid for head of state.

“Did someone check on Kanye today? 🥺”

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Kanye West Concedes The Election

Despite coming up short in the presidential election, Kanye did manage to snag thousands of votes across the country. However, Ye ultimately waved the white flag and conceded with a hint at running for president in 2024.

50 Cent Predicts Winner

Kanye Voted For The First Time

The 43-year-old artist reached a personal milestone on Election Day, voting for the first time in his life. The G.O.O.D Music boss acknowledged how historic this election was.

“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. 🇺🇸 🕊” -Kanye West’s Twitter

50 Cent Predicts Winner

Kanye West’s Competition In 2024?

If Kanye decides to run again in 2024, he could have some competition from within the rap game. Louisiana’s own Boosie Badazz announced on Election Day that he’s throwing his hat in the ring in four years.