Ja Rule’s got some advice for Obama — keep an eye on North Korea. We’re sure the POTUS will appreciate the tip-off.
Make America Rule again.
Queens rapper Ja Rule intends to be “Livin’ It Up” in The White House come 2020 if his recent tweets are anything to go by.
The 40-year-old, born Jeffrey Atkins, took to Twitter Tuesday to rant to his followers about U.S. foreign policy and the reasons why he should become the leader of the free world.
“We need to start paying close attention to North Korea…” he tweeted in one post.
Why are they testing missiles that can hit parts of the U.S.??? I need to be potus lol…
— Ja Rule (@Ruleyork) April 13, 2016
It’s not the first time the native New Yorker has used his Twitter feed to express dissatisfaction. Last September, the artist unleashed a rant about Wikipedia.
“It is the most inaccurate s–t ever lol how are they still in business??? Anyway somebody fix my s–t, I’m 5’9 not 5’6…” the rapper tweeted.
West announced his plan to take over the White House in 2020 at last year’s VMAs.
The 2020 election is already shaping up to be quite the spectacle — in September of last year, Kanye West announced that he had plans in the pipeline to run for POTUS.
“As you have probably guessed, I have decided to run for president in 2020,” West told the audience at the MTV Video Awards during a rambling 13-minute speech.
Judging from this year’s field, they’ll both probably run on the GOP ticket.