Kanye West told Twitter that he’s over politics and focused on creativity, living up to his promise by tweeting about Kim Kardashian, Saint, and clowns.
Kanye West recently announced on Twitter that he’s ready to distance himself from politics after months of stirring up political controversy. What does West plan to substitute? A focus on creativity, he told his Twitter followers. And so far, Kanye is living up to his promise.
Kanye West done with getting political on Twitter
After months of proclaiming his political views, including his support for President Trump, Kanye West is shifting his focus. The BBC reported that Kanye’s Twitter announcement that he is done with politics stems from a campaign to which he was linked.
That campaign, known as Blexit, is spearheaded by Candace Owens. The campaign reportedly encourages black Americans to exit the Democratic party. But although Owens alleged that West created attire for the campaign, Kanye denied that allegiance in his Twitter post.
“I introduced Candace to the person who made the logo and they didn’t want their name on it so she used mine,” wrote West. “I never wanted any association with Blexit. I have nothing to do with it.”
The husband of Kim Kardashian then chose Halloween Eve to announce he was shifting from focusing on politics to focusing on creativity.
Kanye West lives up to promise to focus on creativity on Twitter
West followed up his vow to be “completely” focused “on being creative” with a series of tweets that ranged from too cute (his son Saint) to humor (Muppets and clowns). Kanye also re-tweeted Kim’s Halloween post in which she channeled…well, we’ll leave it to you to see if you can respond to her “Guess who” invitation in the original tweet.
Kanye didn’t neglect one of the youngest members of his family’s creative efforts. West proudly shared a photo of Saint West, who is 2-years-old, all decked out for Halloween.
According to People, Saint is wearing his daddy’s over-sized box costume, complete with “Donda” chain.
Saint’s cousin Reign Disick deserved credit in the creativity department for showing up for Halloween as Lil Pump from the “I Love It” music video. Kim Kardashian turned to Instagram to share the photo of the two little boys.
In addition to featuring his family rather than politics on Twitter, West took time to showcase the funny side of life, re-tweeting a clown video.
What do you think of Kanye West’s decision to step away from politics and focus on creativity on Twitter? Do you think he’ll stay true to that promise? Share your comments below.