“You know Pusha [T] voted Democrat — voted for Kamala — we ain’t seen her since the election either,” Ye said.
He then quipped: “They got 94 of the Black female vote you would have thought Drake was running.”
In the same interview, Ye also said he’s still a Donald Trump supporter.
He said: “I’ve still got a red hat on today, I’ll let y’all know that. I might not got it on [at the moment], but I’ll let y’all know where I stand.”
Red caps became a symbol of Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016.
In July 2020, Ye told Forbes he no longer backed Trump. “I am taking the red hat off, with this interview,” he told the publication at the time. He added: “One of the main reasons I wore the red hat as a protest to the segregation of votes in the Black community. Also, other than the fact that I like Trump hotels and the saxophones in the lobby.”
Ye unsuccessfully ran his own presidential campaign in 2020, while Trump was running for re-election to the White House.
Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election and took office in January 2021.
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