ATLANTA — What’d he order? Chick-fil-a.
Atlanta-born rapper Kanye West visited a metro Atlanta Chick-fil-A on Tuesday and met with company chairman, president and CEO Dan Cathy and Chick-fil-A vice president Bubba Cathy. Also, he shared a meal with Steve Harvey and Rick Fox.
West posed for photos and signed autographs.
West tweeted out a photo of Harvey sitting down for a meal.
West also posted a video of the Cathys singing grace.
West appears to be a big fan of the Atlanta-based fast-food restaurant, he has even dedicated an entire song to Chick-fil-A.
Other videos posted to social media show the rapper having a quick sing-a-long with the song “Closed on Sundays” with Chic-fil-A workers at the restaurant in McDonough.
West appears to be on a bizarre, but limited run for president.
He has qualified to appear on Utah’s ballot this November as an unaffiliated presidential candidate, an elections official said Monday.
West, who once backed Republican President Donald Trump, announced last month that he had broken with Trump and would launch his own presidential bid. His campaign filed paperwork on July 15 with the Federal Election Commission.
West has so far qualified in several states including Arkansas, Oklahoma and Colorado. His effort to get on the ballot has been challenged in Wisconsin.
West was born in Atlanta but grew up in Chicago. His father was a former photojournalist at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Information from the Associated Press was used in this report.
Cox Media Group