"The axis of ego is pretty quiet tonight," tweeted Chad Hurley, tagging the Twitter accounts of Musk, President Donald Trump and rapper Kanye West. Musk responded with some internet slang.
The broadcast news network used a shadowy outline of a person in place of an image of Kanye West during its 2020 election coverage.
Across the handful of states where he appeared on the ballot, Kanye West received fewer than 60,000 votes.
None of the Kardashian ladies have revealed their political stance this election cycle.
"Our happy, healthy future looks like the new Garden of Eden with children running and the elderly brimming with joy on how beautiful our world has become," West wrote.
The reality television star shared a video of the hologram of her late father speaking which has since been viewed more than five million times.
A video posted on Twitter shows someone with a West sign being forced to leave a rally for the vice president.
It's been ten years since Kanye tweeted about how he hates waking up next to a water bottle, but he may have explained what he meant on Rogan.
A few of high-profile names how sat out the last election and where they stand now.
West shared a screenshot of a "Vanity Fair" article about one of Aniston's recent Instagram posts, where she told followers not to vote for Yeezy.
"I'm voting for Kanye West. When I think about my next president, I think about somebody who's gonna help people, care about family, create jobs," said one supporter from Connecticut.
She's only publicly acknowledged the presidential run once.
The rapper also posted an image purporting to show election results from the state, where polls opened Wednesday for early voting.
The rapper had planned to go on the podcast last year but it never happened, now the long-shot presidential hopeful is ramping up his bid for the White House and wants Joe Rogan's hit podcast to help.
Kanye West urged voters to write-in his name at the ballot box in his first presidential campaign ad, released on Monday.
"We as a people are called to a greater purpose than ourselves," West said.
A statement for the West campaign said: "I am campaigning to be the next president of our great country, not vice president."
The rapper shared the photo to tweet about the support he was receiving from friends, writing: "Friends writing me in."
"Kanye is an example of a good thing that we found along the way," Chairman of the American Independence Party Markham Robinson told Newsweek.
Kanye West's name will appear on ballots in 11 states, but people have wondered whether his presidential campaign is sincere, a spoiler attempt or just a publicity stunt.
"Armenia has been the victim of unprovoked attacks by Azerbaijan & the predictable disinformation campaign that accompanies them," Kardashian West tweeted.
The rapper tweeted a photo of a supposed 2020 hoodie that says "Kanye 2020 Vision," but there's nowhere you can buy it yet.
West has been tweeting liberally this week, with fans concerned for his mental health. On Wednesday night he doxed a journalist by sharing a personal phone number and violating Twitter rules.
"If any of my fans want to call a white supremacist ... this is the editor of Forbes," West tweeted, alongside a screenshot of the "Forbes" editor's contact information.
Kanye West returned to Twitter Tuesday night to share a scathing critique of the music industry and a mock-up album cover featuring Russian President, Vladimir Putin.
Early Tuesday morning the "Jesus Walks" star ended a flurry of tweets with a series of tweets about land and property ownership.
West's latest bizarre tweet saw the rapper ask fans if they know the name of a mystery person on his payroll.
The rapper's nomination papers for the state missed the deadline by 14 seconds.
Kanye West thanked conservative commentator and author Candace Owens for writing a book urging Black Americans to leave the "Democrat plantation" by becoming Republicans, as his Independent presidential campaign continues.