- American rapper Kanye West has submitted the second sets of documents for his presidential race
- The documents revealed that the father of four has spent more than $5,000 on his campaign
- The rapper also listed his organisation's statement for his campaign
New reports about American rapper Kanye West's presidential ambition have emerged and it does not seem that the father of four is giving up on his dreams.
TMZ reported that the rapper has submitted the second set of documents with the Federal Election Commission.
The latest document which he submitted shows he has spent more than $5,000 on campaign-related expenses, making him qualified for candidacy status under the federal campaign law.
The American rapper listed his Cody and Wyoming residences. The Wyoming residence is a huge property that Kanye and his wife recently purchased.
Kanye has also submitted his organisation's statement for his campaign, which is considered a very important document. The document revealed that the rapper's 2020 team will serve as the Principal Campaign Committee.
The Runaway crooner listed his party as the Birthday Party and calls his committee Kanye 2020.
It was earlier reported that he submitted his first set of documents registering his interest in the presidential race. Meanwhile, the rapper was said to have bowed out of the race after he missed out on some deadlines.
In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Kanye West congratulated Kim Kardashian on reaching billionaire status.
The proud husband said Kim weathered the "craziest storms" on her way to becoming a billionaire. Kanye said God is shining on the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and their beautiful family.
In another story, South African rapper AKA responded to Kanye West's presidential bid.
Twitter user, Ahmed Baba, said Kanye and Elon Musk are treating the "most consequential election of our lifetime as a joke - consequences their money will shield them from".
This did not go down well with AKA. He quickly jumped to the defence of Kanye.
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