Rapper Waka Flocka Flame is throwing his name into the race for the vacant House Speaker position.

Flame wants to replace outgoing Speaker John BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerMcMorris Rodgers won't run for GOP leadership Newly empowered House Dems eyeing Trump need to learn from Gingrich debacle Media’s blame-Trump narrative ignores midterm realities MORE (R-Ohio) following his exit from Congress at month’s end.

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“Ever since I was a kid, I always wanted to be a rapper [but] it was always a means to an end,” he said in a video posted on “Funny or Die” Monday.

“My real dream, you see, was to run Congress,” Flame admitted. “That’s why I’m announcing my candidacy for Speaker of the House.

“So call your representatives — Republican, Tea Party, Freedom Caucus — and tell them you want me, Waka Flocka Flame, as Speaker of the motherf**king House,” he added. 

“Anyone can be Speaker of the House. There’s no law against it and it’s a job I want.”

Flame then revealed some of the policy positions he would take upon assuming the Speakership mantle on Capitol Hill.

“Bring some cool things like marijuana, women’s rights and gun control?” he asked.  “Yup, yup, yup, approve, approve, approve.”

“Bring some stupid s**t like the Trans-Pacific Partnership, voter ID laws, building a wall around Mexico?” Flame questioned. “No, no, no, block, block, block.”

“What the f**k, dude?” he quipped. “This is America.”

Flame’s bid earlier this week follows his previous declaration he is seeking the White House in 2016.

He reversed course on Monday, admitting he is more interested in Congress given the possibilities it offers him.

“I was going to run for president — I was, not going to lie,” the hip-hop artist said.

“But then I realized that, A, I’m too young, and B, that’s not where the real power is,” Flame continued.

“The Speaker of the House has superpowers and is third in line from the presidency,” he quipped. “You don’t want [Rep.] Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanWithout new Democratic message, Donald Trump is the 2020 favorite Dems race to protect Mueller probe Proposed House GOP rules would force indicted lawmakers to step down from leader roles: report MORE [R-Wis.] mall cop as Speaker of the House. I’m going to speak in ways you’ve never heard before on the floor of Congress.”

Flame then admitted he is especially interested in the Speakership given Washington, D.C.’s lax marijuana laws.

“It doesn’t pay much — just $223,500 a year — but weed is legal in D.C. so long as you smoke it in your house,” he said. “I’m definitely going to smoke it in my house, so represent.”

The House GOP has wrestled with the question of Boehner’s successor following his shocking resignation earlier this month.

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin Owen McCarthyBattle looms over funding for Trump's border wall The Hill's Morning Report — Washington resets after midterms, Sessions fired Conservative groups call for new slate of House GOP leaders MORE (R-Calif.) then suspended his bid to replace the Ohio lawmaker following backlash from conservative Republicans.

Ryan announced on Monday that he would enter the race if every caucus endorses him.  He is widely considered the most likely replacement for Boehner once October concludes.