Today, the Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx shared his opinion regarding Kanye West's political plans. He is not in favor of West's ambitions to enter politics.

Kanye West slammed by Jamie Foxx about his presidency plans
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Fast Company Innovation Festival - Day 3 NEW YORK, NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 07: Kanye West speaks on stage at the "Kanye West and Steven Smith in Conversation with Mark Wilson" at the on November 07, 2019 in New York City.

According to Complex, the opinion of Foxx was revealed when Stephen Jackson reposted a tweet from DJ Hed on Monday on his Instagram. In Hed's tweet, he warns Americans about admiration for celebrities. The post took him to remind his followers regarding Kanye Wests' close relationship with President Donald Trump further.

Jackson wrote, "Kanye Trump. Fool u once shame on them fool u twice u and 2x fool." With hashtags, "#justiceforgeorgefloyd #justiceforbreonnataylor and so many more. #ivehadenough of the clown sh*t."

Kanye West slammed by Jamie Foxx about his presidency plans

(Photo: Instagram screenshot) Kanye West slammed by Jamie Foxx about his presidency plans

Jamie Foxx supported Jackson's sentiments in the comments section. Foxx wrote, "Gottd*mn, right!!! Ain't got time for the b*lls**t!!!"

West and Foxx collaboration

Kanye West and Jamie Foxx once collaborated to write classic songs. One of the songs they created together was the Grammy award-winning record "Gold Digger." Meanwhile, Stephen Jackson has a close relationship with Foxx. The former NBA star and Foxx have been working toward social change since the death of their fellow Texas native-George Floyd.

Kanye West's ambition opposed by many

Complex said that Kanye West's political ambitions took him to a higher level when he announced his bid for presidential position in the November 2020 election. This announcement set social media on fire as it did not sit well on many famous personalities, including his close collaborators.

Stephen Jackson and Jamie Foxx are not the only ones who opposed Ye's presidential bid according to Complex. Allegedly, even Jackson's co-host in 'All The Smoke,' Matt Barnes, ripped into West and said Kanye is playing a "dangerous game" by entering politics.

According to Complex, Barnes wrote in a deleted Instagram post, "This is a dangerous game he's playing. If this is serious, he will definitely divide the minority vote."

The host added, "Just remember comments like 'slavery was a choice' and how buddy buddy he is w/ trump! He then ended his post by saying that he has much respect for Ye and his fashion influence. However, Barnes said, "...this is a HUGE F*CK NO 4 PRESIDENT️"