Chance the Rapper: Why is Joe Biden a better candidate than Kanye?


Chance the Rapper connected to Twitter on Monday to share his thoughts on the 2020 presidential election. The rapper does not seem to care about Joe Biden as a Democratic candidate and asked his 8 million followers why they would choose the former vice president rather than Kanye West or even Donald Trump.

The Chicago native’s first tweet on the matter seemed to approve of his friend and collaborator West. “And all of you here, try to convince me to vote for Biden. Smfh, “Chance wrote on a retweet of West’s new tribute song to his mother Donda. From there, he criticized the two-party system and vaguely labeled those who interact with his previous tweets as racists.

“Are you more pro biden or anti ye and why?” I understand you will want to answer that you are just trying to get out, but in this hypothetical scenario where you are replacing Trump, can someone explain why Joe Biden would be better ?? the Coloring book the rapper continued. “I finally got the answer now. I understand. You trust Biden more than you trust Ye. I think I understand why, I just don’t feel the same. ”

Although West has long threatened to run for president in 2020, it has yet to take legitimate steps to do so beyond interviews and tweets. He also did not personally present his own platform other than stating that he is pro-life and anti-vaccine in a recent interview with Forbes. In the same interview, he disowned Trump. Chance, as an ally of the West, seems to have a real idea of ​​the objectives of the West.

“Repairs. Abolition of prisons. Universal basic housing. Educational reform. Universal basic income. There’s more than ionic work for people so sick to let it do its job, ”he replied to someone asking what is the West platform. “I’m just saying we’ve been doing this thing the same way for a long time. Can a blck [sic] man has a chance. ”

The 27-year-old tweeted more in favor of abolishing prisons and ending homelessness, saying neither Trump nor Biden could offer a solution. He ended his reflection on a neutral note: “I understand the improbability of winning the 46th presidential seat and I understand that all those who vote for Biden do not necessarily do so with enthusiasm. I am for the liberation of blacks and I do not accept my recent endorsement by Terry Crews. “

While it is not clear whether West will be able to do so in the November polls, it is clearer that he has an album to promote. The land of God probably come to your favorite streaming service later this year.


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