‘Black Panther’: Kanye West’s White House Vision Is Based on Marvel’s Fictional Country within the MCU

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Kanye West is without doubt one of the hottest, but polarizing, superstar figures on the earth. The rapper-producer, garments designer, and free thinker has no drawback expressing his untraditional and generally controversial ideas and opinions.

As a vocal promoter of his music and clothes, West is well-suited to campaigning, and his latest marketing campaign is to change into one of the highly effective politicians on the earth. In an interview with Forbes, West laid out his plan to change into president of the United States within the 2020 election.

In the interview, West additionally discussed his ideas on the opposite candidates, numerous social points, and his plan to make use of the fictional metropolis of Wakanda as a mannequin metropolis for his plans for America. 

Who is Kanye West?

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West is undeniably a musical legend, as he’s the winner of 21 Grammy Awards and has created a number of the most critically acclaimed music of all-time. West bought his begin within the hip-hop business as a producer for icons equivalent to Jay-Z, Beyonce, John Legend, and lots of others.

He then burst onto the nationwide scene along with his debut album The College Dropout. The rapper can also be recognized for his marriage to actuality tv star and influencer Kim Kardashian. The high-profile couple had been married in 2014, and have 4 youngsters collectively Saint, North, Psalm, and Chicago.

West can also be recognized for his flurry of outbursts on Twitter, the newest of which has included his partnership with Gap, a brand new track and music video with protégé Travis Scott, and the announcement that he’ll proceed in his run for president of America within the 2020 election. 

West’s presidential run 

West has made many references to operating for the workplace of the president of the United States, totally on Twitter with the #Kanye2020.

West’s tweets have lately caught the eye of one other polarizing public determine, Elon Musk. The eccentric entrepreneur quote tweeted the eccentric musician’s announcement that he can be operating for president in 2020, with the response “You have my full support!”

Full help might have been a hasty selection of phrases, as Musk deleted the response simply days after tweeting. West’s candidacy is controversial, each due to West’s previous help of Donald Trump, in addition to West’s concepts for the nation. The rapper turned candidate’s lately shared his ideas in regards to the presidency and plans for America with Forbes, which included a very fascinating concept about making America extra like a well-known Marvel Comics metropolis. 

West’s imaginative and prescient of a Wakanda kind America

Nakia, T'Challa, and Okoye in Black Panther
Nakia, T’Challa, and Okoye in Black Panther | Marvel Studios

In his interview with Forbes, West spoke about all kinds of matters together with, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and West’s COVID-19 an infection. West additionally spoke about his plan to make America extra just like the fictional metropolis of Wakanda from the favored Marvel movies Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War. The rapper and supposed presidential candidate stated: 

“Loads of Africans don’t just like the film [Black Panther] and illustration of themselves in…Wakanda. But I’m gonna use the framework of Wakanda proper now as a result of it’s the perfect clarification of what our design group goes to really feel like within the White House…That is a constructive concept: you bought Kanye West, one of the highly effective people—I’m not saying the most since you bought a whole lot of alien-level superpowers and it’s solely collectively that we are able to set it free. Let’s get again to Wakanda . . . like within the film in Wakanda when the king went to go to that lead scientist to have the footwear wrap round her footwear. Just the quantity of innovation that may occur, the quantity of innovation in drugs—like huge pharma—we’re going to work, innovate, collectively.This isn’t going to be some Nipsey Hussle being murdered, they’re doing a documentary, now we have so many troopers that die for our freedom, our freedom of knowledge, that there’s a treatment for AIDS on the market, there’s going to be a mixture of huge pharma and holistic.”

West touches on all kinds of matters on this quote, a few of which aren’t so simply linked. This free-wheeling rant could possibly be thought-about West’s political platform which as of now’s ill-defined. West can also be not legally a candidate for the presidency, as he has not filed any paperwork with the Federal Election Committee which is the governmental physique accountable for elections in America.  

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