Kanye West is positioning himself for another presidential run.
RadarOnline.com reports West was spotted inside a studio where he invited the cameraman to unravel more about his interest in the oval office.
It appears the catalyst was due to an inconvenience at his bank that is allegedly shortchanging him by millions.
West wants FCC to investigate his bank accounts: West claims adidas put a hold on four different accounts that were opened at JPMorgan Chase. He says the incident serves as the reasoning for his presidential run because he is looking for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to look into his funds.
“The reason why I’m announcing that I’m running for President is I want the FCC to look at my money. If the FCC was looking at my money, there would be a possibility that Adidas wouldn’t have went into JP Morgan Chase and froze my account … and put a $75 million hold on four different accounts,” West said, according to RadarOnline.com.
West Says He Could Not Use His Apple Pay
“I went from being a multi-billionaire to not being able to use my Apple Pay four nights ago. I couldn’t use my Apple Pay because somehow adidas was able to legally go in and freeze my money,” West said, the outlet reports.
KANYE WEST SAYS APPLE PAY DISABLED BECAUSE ADIDAS FROZE HIS MONEY pic.twitter.com/fj47O5VsXs
— The_Real_Fly (@The_Real_Fly) November 22, 2022
The Donda Theology Engineering University
West speaks on new curriculum for Donda students: West also discussed plans for Donda Academy, which has been renamed The Donda Theology Engineering University.
As AfroTech previously told you, Donda Academy was shut down following a string of harmful comments said by West. The school reportedly reopened a few days later.
West says he is working with civil engineers and theologists to create a new curriculum for the school.
“We need people who have vocational training skill sets. This is the way we bring our country back in power. We have to train our children to bring physical things we need in America,” West explained, according to RadarOnline.com.