Rapper Kanye West holds first campaign rally

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Rapper Kanye West began his Presidential campaign event in North Charleston, South Carolina just a day before the deadline to file signatures as an independent candidate. He invited a couple of young women from the audience to speak about issues concerning them like the education inequity and police brutality.
Rapper Kanye West makes a point as he holds his first rally in support of his presidential bid in North Charleston, South Carolina, U.S. July 19, 2020. REUTERS/Randall Hill
He burst into tears as he talked about his father’s desire to abort him and how he was not in favour of having his first child with wife Kim Kardashian. The couple has 4 children. He suggested that everyone who has a baby should get a million dollars or something in that range. All those who attended the campaign were asked to wear masks and follow social distancing. They were also asked to sign a Covid 19 liability release form.
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