Kanye West allegedly asked his campaign staff to refrain from premarital sex.

The revelation comes in a profile published by The New York Times on Wednesday (September 16).

The opening paragraph in the feature revealed that if elected president, Kanye plans to "bring back prayer in schools, give more government support to religious groups, and [that he] has even asked his campaign staff to refrain from 'fornicating' outside of marriage, according to people aiding his candidacy."

However, West does realize that some of his ideas are unorthodox and that he may not win this election.

"The reason why I know eventually — eventually could be three months, eventually could be three and a half years — the reason why I eventually will make a great president is because I’m sensitive," he explained.

"I’m here to serve," he continued. "Even as a Gemini, I feel the energy in the room. I read body language, I read this energy, and I hurt. I hurt for the country, I hurt not just Black people, but all people of America. And I hurt for all people of the world."

Although he is running as an independent candidate under the "birthday party," his political ideas lean more Republican-oriented. He also brought in a Republican-leaning firm, Atlas Strategy Group, to guide his campaign.

Because Kanye entered the presidential election late, he will not be on ballots in some states, including Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio, West Virginia and Montana.

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