Kanye West follows the footsteps of Nicki Minaj by sharing his opinion about Mitt Romney in a song. While the Young Money femcee drops verses dripping with sarcasm, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper bluntly raps his criticism towards the Republican Presidential candidate.
"I'm just trying to protect my stacks/ Mitt Romney don't pay no tax/ Mitt Romney don't pay no tax," Kanye spits his verses in a song called "To the World". He seemed to take a jab at the politician for campaigning low tax rate but refusing to release a substantive number of tax returns.
Featuring R. Kelly, the track is confirmed to appear in G.O.O.D. Music's upcoming collective album "Cruel Summer". Meanwhile, the Nicki-featuring song "Mercy" that is coincidentally produced by Kanye is released as part of Lil Wayne's mixtape "Dedication 4".
When the mixtape song hit the web, many people believed Nicki had become a GOP supporter but Barack Obama thought otherwise. Mr. President said she just played a character, a theory that she quickly confirmed. He hasn't commented about Kanye's song, but had previously called the rapper a "jacka**," albeit a "talented" one.