Keeping Up With the Kardashians star Kim Kardashian has publicly expressed her support for president-elect Joe Biden. Is it a dig at Kanye West?
Kim Kardashian never publicly expressed support for Kanye West’s presidential campaign, despite her husband’s public pleas to be written in on voter ballots. However, after president-elect Joe Biden won the election, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star showed her support for his victory. Fans are wondering if the move was a dig at her presidential hopeful husband.
Kanye shocked many when he announced his bid for the presidency back in July. While fans doubted the seriousness of his campaign, the rap/fashion mogul moved forward in holding a rally in August. During his only rally, he divulged private information about him and Kim’s first pregnancy with their daughter, North West. The move caused a strain in their relationship and a swarm of divorce rumors in the press. However, Kim stood by her husband’s side despite his Twitter rants against her and Kris Jenner, and his choice to urinate on his Grammy in a video he shared on the app. On Election Day, fans demanded to know if Kim voted for Kanye, Biden, or Donald Trump. However, she initially refused to comment.
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After Joe Biden was announced as the president-elect over the weekend, Kim, along with her sisters Khloé and Kendall, all expressed their support and joy over Biden’s win. In addition to posting a photo of Biden and Kamala Harris on Twitter, Kim also posted a glammed-up shot of herself on Instagram with a caption that read, “Our future looks bright.” While it’s not clear exactly what Kim was referring to, many assume Kim is saying how bright the future is now that Biden is the president-elect. Considering that her husband ran against Biden, many think the caption was a possible dig at her husband’s failed presidential campaign. See Kim’s post for yourself below:
Kanye garnered a total of 60,000 votes across the 12 states where he was allowed to be written in as president. Within the state of California, the Yeezy founder was included as a vice presidential candidate within the American Independent Party. Kanye conceded his loss during the evening on Election Day while also teasing his return in 2024.
During Kim’s interview on David Letterman’s My Next Guest Needs No Introduction Kim refused to say anything bad about Donald Trump when Letterman asked, but did applaud him for their work in prison reform. It appears Kim knows how to play the nonpartisan game within the world of politics. Is Kim serving future First Lady vibes? Fans know Kanye would be here for that.
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