Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame announced that he is running for president in a video interview with Rolling Stone on 4/20. Although he did briefly run through his platform — legalizing marijuana, raising the minimum wage to In-and-Out Burger levels, never wearing suits, adding Waka Flocka lyrics to public school curricula, and outlawing pets in restaurants, he did not mention the fact that he is only 28, and thus barred from becoming president because of the Constitution (you have to be at least 35 to run the country).
America has been waiting for this moment for years.
Nearly 300 other people have filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to run for president in 2016. Narrow the field down to people who are actually going to primary states and campaigning, and Waka Flocka still has a lot of competition. Nineteen Republican presidential hopefuls went to New Hampshire to talk to voters last weekend.
The rapper is only worried about one opponent, however. “Hillary is my only competition right now, because the women love her and she’s honest and her husband is Bill.”