Kanye West hints he’s quitting US presidential race, set to release album ‘DONDA’ on Friday

Kanye West has dropped a huge hint that he is going to abandon his presidential bid.

The 43-year-old rapper has had a difficult 24 hours in which he held a controversial campaign rally to launch his bid to become the next president of the United States.

He then went on a long Twitter rant in which he took aim at wife Kim Kardashian, claiming that she was sending doctors to his Wyoming ranch to ‘lock him up’.

After taking a break from the social media site for an hour, Kanye returned to Twitter in a more sedate fashion, after much of his ranting tweets had been deleted.

However, he finished the posts with: “Ima focus on the music now.”

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That could be a nod that his bid to become the President of the United States of America is over.

Whatever it means, the 43-year-old says he’s set to release his 10th studio album DONDA this Friday, which is named after his mother.

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Whatever it means, the 43-year-old says he’s set to release his 10th studio album DONDA this Friday, which is named after his mother.

The new 12-track album will run for 39 minutes and is named after his mother, and it seems to be that Kanye is going to return to his love of music after a chaotic bid to become president.

Fans of the rapper have raised concerns about his mental health in the past couple of days and that have now questioned whether it was all a publicity stunt to promote his new body of musical material.

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