What You Need To Know: Offset

‘She’s helping black people’: Offset says Kim Kardashian should be president 

The next United States presidential election is a few years away, but Offset has already picked his nominee.  

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During an interview with TMZ, the Migos rapper was asked about Kim Kardashian and her prison reform efforts. Earlier this year, she helped free Alice Marie Johnson from prison after submitting a clemency plea to President Donald Trump.

The Atlanta artist expressed admiration for her work, because he said, “I been through it.”

He then endorsed the beauty mogul for president. “Kim for president, man ... She deserve to be president. Ain’t no other president doing that [expletive]. Got get them. Help them folks get out. And she helping black folks, so I [expletive] with that 10,000 times hard.”

Offset has had a lengthy history with the law. He’s been arrested several times for possession of marijuana and traffic and probation violations.

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Najja Parker
Najja Parker
Najja Parker is a writer and online content producer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution