Kanye West Allegedly Drops Out of 2024 Presidential Race to Focus on Family

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According to a recent report, Kanye West has decided to forego his supposed bid for the presidency of the United States in 2024.

The rapper allegedly intends to concentrate on his private Christian school, Donda Academy, and his family instead.

This decision was revealed by Adam Camacho, a documentary producer hired by West's company to create a film in November 2022, during an interview with the Daily Beast.

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After Camacho's contract was extended, he encountered difficulty communicating with the rapper.

Eventually, West reportedly informed Camacho that his focus had changed and that he wanted to concentrate on his children, wife Bianca Censori, and Donda Academy.

No Interest in Political Representation

An anonymous employee of West also confirmed that the rapper has lost interest in political representation.

They told the media outlet that the artist's interests are currently focused on his family, children, and creative work.

The source added that anyone representing West in a political capacity is a fraud and that no political office is in existence.

Lawsuit Against Donda Academy

Two former teachers of Donda Academy recently filed a lawsuit against the institution and the musician, alleging discrimination based on race, wrongful termination, and other accusations.

Cecilia Hailey and her daughter, Chekarey Byers, who are black, accused the school of violating education, health, and safety regulations, terminating educators based on race and retaliation, and failing to pay them fully.

The plaintiffs stated that Donda administrators targeted them with "stereotyping and coded language," withheld their paychecks, and ignored serious complaints. They were later fired in March.

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