Kanye West is running to become the President of the United States, and earlier this week, he dropped an epic campaign ad on Social Media where he stands in front of a blacked-out American flag, asking, “What is America?”
“We, as a people, will revive our nation’s commitment to faith. To what our constitution calls, ‘free exercise of religion’ including, of course, prayer,” Ye says in the ad.
However, in a bid to promote his efforts, he has released a brand new song called “Nah Nah Nah.” The song contains lines about his campaign and how he is not doing this as a joke like some people have tried to claim.
— ye (@kanyewest) October 17, 2020
“Next time you text, can it wait?/ You are talkin’ to a presidential candidate/ I know you think Obi-Wan gettin’ tired noWith Don’t jump, Anakin, I got the higher ground,” Kanye raps on the song.
Unfortunately for Kanye, the reception to the track wasn’t exactly positive. Fans immediately took to social media where they made jokes about the new song and its peculiar sound.
Many were upset with Kanye’s direction and noted that he probably should have gone without releasing it. See some reactions on Social Media below:
Kanye fans trying to force themselves to like Nah Nah Nah pic.twitter.com/7jagFBOZBr
— NoName (@NName064) October 17, 2020
I love Kanye bro but this song ain’t it pic.twitter.com/7eOOVogWNq
— Sharp Law (@law_sharp) October 17, 2020
me pressing play on the new Kanye song
me 30 seconds into the new Kanye song pic.twitter.com/3Uv5Ac0Qdr
— Drew Landry (@MrDrewLandry) October 17, 2020
Nah Kanye should’ve kept this one in the drafts pic.twitter.com/H9Efxmhlo8
— Alex 😼🎃 (@FreudianIsA10) October 17, 2020
Is that new kanye song good?
— spooky waves 💜🚢 (@heart_kingdom_) October 17, 2020
You Kanye Klan members told me that song was unfinished pic.twitter.com/BYWA3Tl6Ge
— 🎹 (@Dr_Sweets23) October 17, 2020
every time kanye drops anything short of a classic, mfs come running out of the woodwork with that false prophets video🤣
— Drive Slow, Homie (@UncleQuincy) October 17, 2020
Kanye fans trying to convince people Nah Nah Nah is actually good and you just need to listen to it 20 more times pic.twitter.com/XH1RdmV2Qh
— Good Kid M.a.a.d Stan (@W_takes_only) October 17, 2020
Me everyday the past few months: Kanye West should go to prison for tampering with the US presidential election
Me now: Kanye West should go to prison for this Nah Nah Nah shit pic.twitter.com/ULThD2a2S5
— Killua Souldick (@DreadsBo) October 17, 2020
saying the new kanye track is as bad as the yandhi leaks is an insult to the yandhi leaks.
— thee anthony fantano (@theneedledrop) October 17, 2020