Kanye West Open to Running for CA Governor on Joe Rogan’s Podcast
Kanye west and Joe rogan eventually had their sit-down taped, touching on many different topics … including Ye’s willingness to make a pit stop on his way to the White House.
You appeared on Joe’s hugely popular podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience” on Friday – and it just went live on Saturday … for almost 3 hours. There’s a lot to unbox, but what struck us right away – Kanye said he’s ready to run for governor of California.
Naturally, Joe opened the show by asking Kanye why he was running for president, which prompted Ye to recount the fact that he was inspired in the shower around 2015 – something he has already mentioned – and how he feels a higher power calling him to serve. and drive.
While discussing his political background, Kanye said he was open to the candidacy Gavin NewsomThe work of whether that has helped him get his feet wet … but insists that the presidency is his ultimate goal, even if it means trying again in 2024, and even if it means running as a dem.
Another interesting nugget in all this political gossip … Kanye says Oprah in fact, he discouraged him from showing up when he first said he would at the 2015 VMAs.
This only scratches the surface of what else they’ve done (political and otherwise) – in fact, we encourage you to go listen for yourself, because it was such a fascinating episode.
Kanye also spoke about drugs, his sanity, religion, abortion, the music and entertainment industry, his family and so much more. He and Joe also discussed the breed, which Kanye made a lot of interesting and perhaps controversial points about. Namely, he believes that much of the way white Americans treat African Americans is inherently racist and aims to keep black people down, even if they appear to be defenders on the surface.
To make his point, he brought up the point that Disney essentially erased what a real “Black Panther” is … because the internet is now inundated with their movie, which Kanye thinks is. in fact meant to be a distraction by a “white man” and a “white society”.
It also alludes to Black History Month – and the idea that Americans constantly place “Black” on occasions and times like this actually serves as a reminder to blacks that they were once considered inferior. to … what he doesn’t do. think it’s healthy or useful. Basically … he’s tired of qualifying black achievements and progress, and wants to redefine how we talk about it as a whole. You also re-summoned the name of Harriet tubman, but this time … he had more time to flesh out his thoughts and put them into context (ish).
Still, some might find his train of thought a bit backwards … almost in the vein of his “slavery was a choice” remark, which also drew him a bit of heat at the time. Watch his thoughts and judge for yourself.
Either way, Ye was able to achieve what he decided to do just a few weeks ago … when he tweeted that he wanted to. get on the joe show and speak. they certainly did and more. Now, as to whether that ends up helping Ye at the polls or not … time will tell.
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