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Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 2 of 9: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West's divorce is on track to be resolved with relatively little drama, thanks to their reported prenups and agreement on joint custody of their four kids. That's especially good news for Kanye. It turns out the Yeezy designer spent nearly $12.5 million of his own money on his failed 2020 presidential campaign, his final Federal Election Commission report shows. The campaign ultimately cost about $13.2 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter, including about $2 million raised from outside donations. 'Ye reportedly spent the bulk of the money -- $7.5 million -- on costs associated with trying to get his name on the ballots in different states. In the end, only a dozen states included the rapper, who ran as a member of "The Birthday Party." The next biggest chunk of cash -- $918,130 -- appears to have gone towards the cost of creating and marketing campaign apparel. The two-page ad 'Ye's team took out in the New York Times one week before the election also ate up a lot of Kanye's funding, $210,544, to be exact. After entering the race in early July, Kanye ended up getting about 66,000 votes, nationwide, THR reports.

Kanye West spent nearly $12.5M of his own money on presidential campaign

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West's divorce is on track to be resolved with relatively little drama, thanks to their reported prenups and agreement on joint custody of their four kids. That's especially good news for Kanye. It turns out the Yeezy designer spent nearly $12.5 million of his own money on his failed 2020 presidential campaign, his final Federal Election Commission report shows. The campaign ultimately cost about $13.2 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter, including about $2 million raised from outside donations. 'Ye reportedly spent the bulk of the money -- $7.5 million -- on costs associated with trying to get his name on the ballots in different states. In the end, only a dozen states included the rapper, who ran as a member of "The Birthday Party." The next biggest chunk of cash -- $918,130 -- appears to have gone towards the cost of creating and marketing campaign apparel. The two-page ad 'Ye's team took out in the New York Times one week before the election also ate up a lot of Kanye's funding, $210,544, to be exact. After entering the race in early July, Kanye ended up getting about 66,000 votes, nationwide, THR reports.

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