KANYE West penned a letter containing his vision for a “new Garden of Eden” as the longshot presidential hopeful tries to boost his campaign before the election.
The “Dear Future” letter, which was took up two pages of ads in the Friday edition of The New York Times, contains hopeful messages for world peace and “families anchoring on faith.”
Rapper Kanye West held his first rally in support of his presidential bid in North Charleston, South Carolina on July 19, 2020Credit: 2020
Kanye has denied claims the Republican Party is paying him to run for presidentCredit: PA:Press Association
Kanye also posted the letter to his campaign website, accompanied by an image of a white dove.
“Dear Future, I still believe in you. We still believe in you. Even in our darkest moments, We believe,” Kanye started the letter.
The 43-year-old rapper continued: “We believe in a world at peace. We believe in our people. We believe in our families. We will see families anchoring on faith.”
Kanye, who announced his controversial White House bid on the Fourth of July, added that the “future holds a better America.”
“In our future, we will H.E.A.L. Hold Everyone Accountable to Love,” he wrote.
The long-shot presidential hopeful missed several deadlines to be places on ballotsCredit: 2020
Kanye penned a letter in The New York Times about his vision for a ‘new Garden of Eden’Credit: AP:Associated Press
He added that the future will provide a justice system “that treats everyone equally regardless of their socioeconomic status” and an education system “that promotes freedom and visionary thinking.”
“Our happy, healthy future looks like the new Garden of Eden with children running and the elderly brimming with joy on how beautiful our world has become. Our future has homes for everyone. Our future has food for everyone,” he wrote.
Kanye released a promotional video his Yeezy Christian Academy that bore a striking resemblance to the “Dear Future” letter.
In the video, young students of color are seen wearing shirts with YCA on them as they each recite “Dear Future, I still believe in you” over inspirational music.
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