Kanye West Drops Theme Song For His Campaign “Nah Nah Nah”; Kentucky Polling Numbers Proved False Due To Technical Error


Kanye dropped a new song for his Presidential campaign titled “Nah Nah Nah” on Tuesday (10/13) night to celebrate what Ye thought were Kentucky’s Presidential polling results that showcased him in third place in the state’s precinct reporting. It turns out, however, the screenshot of the results has been confirmed as untrue, which led to Twitter placing a “manipulated media” tag on the post for spreading false information.

LEX18 reporter Nancy Cox, who works for the local Lexington, Kentucky media outlet, addressed the situation on Twitter, tweeting, “Despite what @kanyewest is tweeting, he is not leading the race for President in KY. The Associated Press always sends out test numbers to make sure systems are working. It’s an automated thing that is posting election results on our website. Sorry viewers. Sorry Kanye.”


LEX18 followed up with a more technical explanation explaining the poll numbers.


After tweeting the false poll results, Kanye shared the music for his campaign team “Nah Nah Nah,” stating that his team was “so energized” that he had to release “theme music.” Kanye set the music to the video of Joaquin Buckley’s UFC knockout, which you can view up top. Find the previous post Kanye put up where Ye thought he was polling at 19%.


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