Kanye West's political future has continued to be discussed by many after the "Stronger" rapper indicated that he wanted to run against President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the 2020 election. However, since attending his first campaign rally in North Charleston, South Carolina, on Sunday, a series of tweets have offered a conflicting view of what's to come.

On Tuesday night, West took to Twitter to indicate that his 2020 bid for the White House may not be at the forefront of his mind. "#2020VISION or maybe ‘24," he wrote in a now-deleted tweet, according to People, adding, "I guess all black people supposed to vote on Biden?" he added. "Y’all want me to run on nah???"

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The Yeezy designer then shared another tweet that highlighted the fact that he still harbors political aspirations. As seen below, he wrote, "Says the future president."

Aside from the uncertainty surrounding his intention to continue his involvement in the 2020 election, reports have also emerged that revealed that he would have to overcome "major obstacles" to even appear on the Nov. 3 ballots. However, a potential path does exist for the Grammy Award-winning artist, but he would have to either secure backing from a smaller political party, run as an independent or have supporters write in his name.

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As for what's ahead for Ye in the near future outside of the political realm, he stated on Tuesday that a new album and movie will be coming out this Friday. As seen in the tweet below, he also indicated that the title of the new projects will be "DONDA: WITH CHILD."

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Kanye West is seen in New York in November 2019. AFP/Angela Weiss