Kanye West says he's casting his first presidential vote for himself
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Kanye WestKanye Omari WestCaitlyn Jenner: My family not 'involved whatsoever' in gubernatorial bid Chris Rock, 'SNL' cast reflect on 'messed up' year in politics, pop culture during season finale Elon Musk asks Twitter for skit ideas ahead of 'Saturday Night Live' appearance MORE says he's casting a ballot in a presidential election for the first time — for himself.

The "Yeezus" rapper — who launched a long-shot White House bid in July —tweeted on Tuesday:


West, running under the Birthday Party, failed to make the ballot in most states and has polled in the low single digits when included in surveys.

The 43-year-old entertainer, who has said he has bipolar disorder, had previously been a prominent supporter of President TrumpDonald TrumpWhat blue wave? A close look at Texas today tells of a different story Democrats go down to the wire with Manchin Trump's former bodyguard investigated in NY prosectors' probe: report MORE. Cameras showed him visiting the Oval Office in 2018 sporting a "Make America Great Again" hat in a public display of support for the president.

In an August interview, West said he is "not denying" that his campaign, whose state-level ballot efforts have been linked to GOP operatives, was seeking to hurt the candidacy of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

West's wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian WestKimberly (Kim) Noel Kardashian WestKim Kardashian West sued by domestic workers, accused of improper pay, not giving breaks Caitlyn Jenner: My family not 'involved whatsoever' in gubernatorial bid Van Jones predicts Kim Kardashian will be an 'unbelievable attorney' MORE, also tweeted an Election Day message to her more than 67 million Twitter followers, sharing a link to former first lady Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaBiden plans to host Obama for portrait unveiling that Trump skipped: report More than 70 companies call on Senate to pass voting right bill Jill Biden remembers her father, celebrates President Biden on Father's Day MORE's voter registration and engagement organization, When We All Vote: