Kim Kardashian, retweeted her husband’s message, adding an emoji of an American flag. A source told We weekly exclusively shortly after his announcement that the founder of KKW Beauty, 39, fully supported his decision.
“Kanye has been planning this for years and Kim is aware of his aspirations and has supported him,” said the insider. “Kanye is passionate about the arts and education and wants to support him in any way possible.”
West and Kardashian have expressed support for the 74-year-old over the years. In May, the Georgia native hinted that he would vote again for the former reality star.
“I’m definitely voting this time. And we know who I am voting on, “he said. GQ magazine at the time. “And the people around me and the people with their agenda won’t tell me that my career is going to end. Because guess what: I’m still here! Jesus is King was No. 1! I was told that my career would end if I was not with her[[[[Hillary Clinton]. What sort of campaign is it anyway? It’s as if [Barack] ObamaThe campaign was “I’m with black”. What’s the point of being a celebrity if you can’t have an opinion? Everyone has their own opinion! You know? ”
A second source revealed to We that the producer “did not register as a candidate” to participate in the state elections and missed the deadline for Indiana, New York and Texas.
After her July 4 announcement, many celebrities turned to social media to weigh in – and some had questions. Scroll through the gallery below for star reactions.