Jake Paul, internet sensation, has just released to the press that he will be running against Kanye West in the 2020 election. Of course we all remember Kanye West announcing his candidacy during the 2015 Video Music Awards. After rambling for thirty minutes and completely stretching the speech time frame, he ended his long-winded sermon by saying, “I’m not gonna teach low self esteem and hate to our kids, we’re gonna teach our kids that they can be something. We’re going to teach our kids that they can stick up for themselves. We’re going to teach are kids to believe in themselves. And yes, as you probably could have guessed by now, this moment I have decided, in 2020, to run for president.” Since then, West has been involved in many different things including spreading his campaign, volunteering at mental institutions, and helping old ladies cross the street. From the looks of it, Kanye West has this election in the bag… that is, until Jake Paul entered the race.
On September 27th 2017, Jake Paul made a public announcement at the Streamy Awards, about his candidacy in the 2020 election against Kanye West. He appeared to be running to the stage with his hit song “It’s Everyday Bro” playing in the background. After dancing to the stage, he did his signature dab and started a speech before presenting the Gaming Award to youtube star, PewDiePie. The crowd went wild. He started off by saying, “All of you Jake Paulers have gotten me and the rest of Team Ten so far in the game, but I want to take it a little further.” He paused the speech to dab a few more times and then continued. “Kanye West and his dumb rap music is way worse than “Its Everyday Bro”, so I don’t think he deserves to be president. That is why it is up to you all, to help me in my candidacy in the 2020 election against Kanye West!”
Jake Paul is not necessarily liked by the general audience, but I have no doubt that the Jake Paulers will make this competition for presidency pretty interesting. West has not yet commented on Jake Paul’s candidateship, but there will surely be more to come within the next few years leading up to the next election.