It wouldn’t be a real Election Day if there wasn’t something Kanye West-related happening.
The rapper and Wyoming resident tweeted Tuesday morning that he voted for president for the first time in his life. It should be noted that he’s 47 and would have been able to vote for president for the first time in the 1996 Bill Clinton/Bob Dole race.
In traditional Kanye fashion, he tweeted that he voted for someone he truly trusted: himself.
“God is so good,” he wrote.
While it is unlikely the rapper will be voted to the highest office on Tuesday, it is 2020 and we’re ready for anything.
West announced his candidacy for president in the summer, after missing multiple states’ deadlines to appear on the ballot as a third party candidate. He selected Wyoming preacher Michelle Tidball as his running mate.
He did manage to receive a few endorsements over the campaign season, from actor/comedian Nick Cannon, Chance the Rapper, journalist Geraldo Rivera and even SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.
West registered to vote in Wyoming (Park County, specifically) earlier this year ahead of the state’s primary election. West and his wife, Kim Kardashian West, own a home in Cody and have plans to build a second.