Kanye West has designed some merchandise for his presidential run. While it remains to be seen which states' ballots he will actually appear on, he is seemingly looking to capitalize on the campaign nonetheless.
In the middle of another Twitter spree this week, West revealed a cap with the slogan: "Kanye 2020 Vision." He followed by sharing pics of a T-shirt with the same phrase. While showcasing the back of the shirt, Ye called out Diet Prada, the Instagram account best known for signaling copycat fashion designers. As you can see in his follow-up tweet below, the T-shirt design isn't exactly original.
This isn't the first time Kanye has designed politically-charged merch. Back in 2018 he made a line of shirts supporting a campaign that called for Black people to separate from the Democratic party. The “Blexit,” or “Black Exit,” shirts were debuted at a meeting organized by Candace Owens.
West has yet to announce if he will in fact be selling his 2020 Vision merchandise, but if so, you can be sure he'll let his 30-plus million Twitter followers know first.