Tiffany Haddish and other celebs troll Kanye West's presidential bid


In the words of Kanye West, no one man should have all that power. So maybe all these additional presidential bids make sense.

On the Fourth of July, aka Independence Day aka the day Will Smith saved the Earth from aliens, West posted on Twitter that he was running for president, and the bid could come as soon as the 2020 election. The tweet included #2020Vision, but nothing about this vision is particularly clear thus far.

The announcement gained more than 1 million likes, along with the support of celebrities such as his pal Elon Musk:

But West should watch the throne — his tweet also inspired some other presidential hopefuls.

Spoofing the rapper, Tiffany Haddish basically copied and pasted the presidential tweet, adding that she, too, is running. The comedian and actor is also apparently bringing a famous running mate, Dave Chappelle, along with her.

Unlike those vying for the actual presidency, no requirements were needed to troll West, as several other celebs also announced their 2020 dreams.

Paris Hilton is apparently giving up her simple life:

In one of the most famous “Lizzie McGuire” moments, Hilary Duff picked up a bra — and now she’s picking up a nomination, too:

When it comes to the Oval Office, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda is one step closer:

And, finally, actors Bob Saget and John Stamos are about to turn the White House into the “Full House”:

Have mercy, Uncle Jesse.

H/T: Entertainment Weekly

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