Kanye West Hopes Kim Kardashian Will Support His 2024 Presidential Run On ‘Keep It Burning’

'When I run for ‘24, I know my spouse better be with me,' Kanye West rapped on the new Future track, seemingly referencing ex Kim Kardashian.

It’s rare for artists to get a Kanye West feature nowadays. However, for Future — the rapper Ye called “the most influential artist of the past ten years” – West made an exception, and joined him for “Keep It Burnin’” off of Future’s new album, I Never Liked You.

The track seemingly referenced ex Kim Kardashian and his plans to run for the 2024 presidential election, following a failed 2020 attempt.

“When I run for ‘24, I know my spouse better be with me,” he rapped during the song, not calling out Kim by name.

He also said earlier on in the track, “When you run for ’24, I bet your spouse gon’ be with you,”

changing the pronoun. Kanye has made it clear on several occasions that he would like to rekindle his failed romance with the SKIMS founder,