Kanye West surprised the crowd at the recent MTV VMAs, declaring his “presidential bid for 2020.” Well, Yeezy seems to be carried away with his emotions after contemplating about the 2009 incident when he stole the mic from Taylor Swift. This time, there are reports that Yeezy’s Vice President will be no other than the “Wildest Dreams” singer.

Two days ago, TSwift hinted through her Instagram account that there might be a West-Swift tandem for the 2020 U.S. elections.

Awwww Kanye sent me the coolest flowers!! #KanTay2020 #BFFs

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The “Bad Blood” singer shared a photo of a massive bouquet of flowers sent by Kim Kardashian’s husband. The caption reads: “Awwww Kanye sent me the coolest flowers!! #KanTay2020 #BFF’s.”

According to Vanity Fair, the young artist felt “ecstatic” after receiving the white roses that she declared her candidacy for Vice-President. She might be one of his biggest supporters aside from the Kardashian family after the rapper’s candid announcement was made.

However, we cannot really confirm if the two are serious with their intentions.

Meanwhile, her newest video entitled “Wildest Dreams” earned controversy after its release,  Sojo reported recently.

Critics observed that the music video seems to “promote racism.” The music clip depicts romance between two high- profiled celebrities in an African country.

“Opponents condemn the virtual non-presence of people of color on screen, and correctly point out the video’s racism and allusions to white colonialism in Africa,” Sojo wrote.

On the other hand, the music video’s director, Joseph Kahn, explained that the “Wildest Dreams” production team are “people of color.” Thus, the issue of representation may not be a big deal.

The “White Horse” singer has yet to comment on the issue

So far, the video already gained more than 34 million views on Youtube and still counting. “Wildest Dreams,” along with the new album “1989” is now available on iTunes and Google Play.