Kanye West wants to legally change his name, declares intention to run for president

Kanye West wants to legally change his name, declares intention to run for president

- Kanye West recently announced his plan to change his name to Christian Genius Billionaire Kanye West for a year

- The Jesus is King singer mentioned this during a recent interview where he also talked about his plans to run for president in 2024

- West keeps speaking on the complex many black Americans suffer in the US

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Controversial 'born again' singer, Kanye West, has his fans worried again after recently stating that he might legally change his name to Christian Genius Billionaire Kanye West for a year. Even more interesting, the rapper declared his intention to run for president in 2024.

It seems like every day, there is a new controversy hovering above the head of West and the rapper could care less. The singer who has been speaking some 'deep truths' about the position of African-American in American society has had some people pondering on some of his statements.

Once, the rapper said: “Martin Luther King didn’t get killed because he had a dream; he had something else he was going to talk about," reports Hollywood Reporter.

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West's stance remains that the blacks have a sort of complex in American society and he is trying to live his life above it. That is why he has announced plans to change his name and also prove that he is not afraid of anything.

Meanwhile, Kanye West’s last-minute Sunday Service witnessed over 1,000 people dedicating their lives to Christ.

The born-again believer has been travelling across the US to hold gospel services and perform songs from his new album, Jesus is King.

Curvine Brewington, a Louisiana pastor described the gathering and worship as a "new wave of revival''

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