Kanye For President: 12 Laws Kanye West Would Pass

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Kanye West shocked the world recently announced his presidential bid for 2020 election during his VMAs Video Vanguard acceptance speech. Ever since, both pop culture and politics can’t get enough at the idea of Yeezy running for office. As a result, both the White House and current presidential candidate Donald Trump have responded in support of Kanye West. We imagined the rapper winning the election and in the process thought of 12 laws he would pass while in office.

Kanye West VMA Vanguard Exceptance Speech

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Find out some laws we think Kanye West would pass in the slideshow below.

Kanye West New Law #1

Kanye West VMA Vanguard Expectance Speech

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Paparazzi will not be allowed to take pictures of celebrities and/or their families without prior consent. If law enforcement catches a pap taking photographs of celebrities without prior approval, they will be warned and fines will accumulate depending on offense occurrence. Paparazzi must be go through a screening first before receiving a license and have to coordinate with celebrity press teams for photoshoots.

Why Kanye Will Pass This Law

Kanye West VMA Vanguard Exceptance Speech

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Kanye West has had his fair share of encounters of with paparazzi. Many instances were quite vulgar, and some even turned physical. Yeezy has been in court and charged with assaulting paps in the past, so we’re sure he’ll allow this pass this law.

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