2020 for Kris Jenner? In jest, the star of the reality television shows The Kardashians just declared her candidacy for president.
Kris Jenner 2024 Presidential Candidate is mentioned in the background of a TikTok video that the momager posted on Thursday, June 23. She is wearing a cream-colored jacket. The reality star captioned the photo, “I’m so pleased to finally reveal,” prompting followers to believe she was providing important information regarding her potential candidacy for public office.
The video then switched to a clip of Jenner lip-syncing “Lady Marmalade” with the words “U just got #Krissed,” demonstrating to her supporters that she was only making fun of her claimed political move.
The former member of the Kardashian family joined the trending hashtag #Krissed
It Includes a video of her dancing being used as a joke. The craze is basically a TikTok adaptation of YouTube’s “RickRolling,” which uses a bait-and-switch technique to trick users by tantalizing them with something intriguing before cutting to the Rick Astley song “Never Gonna Give You Up.” Users are shown a clip of Kris Jenner from a music video recorded in 2012 that has the entire family lip-syncing “Lady Marmalade” in this instance.
A different member of the Kardashian family, Kanye West, expressed similar views in the political play. The rapper announced a bid for president in 2020. He and ex-Kim Kardashian have three children together: North, age 9, Saint, age 6, Chicago, age 4, and Psalm, age 3.
The 45-year-old Chicago native said that “God put it in my heart back in 2015,” according to podcaster Joe Rogan. A few days prior to the MTV Awards he said, “I was in the shower when it hit me. When I originally had the idea, I just started giggling to myself, which caused a wave of ecstasy to pass through my body and soul. That energy was present. I could sense that spirit.
The “Off the Grid” rapper acknowledged
Some of his closest friends and coworkers did not like the plan, but he stuck with it since he thought he would “certainly be a millionaire eventually.”
Not that being in debt by 50 million dollars is a good cause for someone to run for president, he said, “but it’s to say that at the time I knew I had the confidence that I would be able to turn that around.”
The Grammy winner continued, citing how President Donald Trump‘s victory in the 2016 election served as more inspiration. When Trump won, he said, “I could see that you can win if you come from outside of politics.” Ultimately, in July 2020, the fashion designer decided to withdraw from the race.
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