Waka Flocka Flame is running for president.

The rapper officially declared his candidacy in a new campaign video created by Rolling Stone. While in office, Waka intends to legalize marijuana. Showing his stash of "Presidential Kush," his motto is "A blunt a day, take the pain a way."

He also promises to not let dogs into restaurants and ban people with big feet (anything over size 13) to walk around in public. Education is an important platform that Waka supports too. Not only does he want kids to learn "reality skills," he also will push for them to learn all of his lyrics. And if they don't learn his songs, he says, "they will f---ing fail and you gotta start all over again from third grade all the way to 12th [grade]."

If elected, the rhymer refuses to wear a suit to any congressional meeting because it is irritating and he'll sweat. Instead, he'll go into meetings wearing a tank top, flip flops, "a box of Baxter Woods, some 1882s, rolling one up, drinking a coffee."

This may not sit well with the branch of the federal government, but Waka has some strong words for those in the Senate and the House of Representatives. "F--- the Congress," he states. "I'm the Congress because I'm president."

Raising minimum wage nationwide to $15 is on his agenda. While there's constant talk about equal pay when it comes to men and women in the workplace, Waka believes that women have all the rights already. He explained this by talking about his mom, who raised him and four other siblings by herself. "I think it's not really rights for women, but it's more a respect thing."

His thoughts on the current presidential candidates are entertaining. Hilary Clinton is his only competition because she's honest and women love her. He revealed that DJ Whoo Kid will be his running mate, who also pushes for the legalization of marijuana.

We're sure you're already thinking that Waka Flocka running for president is a bit crazy, but this has been a goal since 2012. He announced his intention to run for president that year, posting the news via Twitter, which you can see below.

Show your support for Waka's candidacy by tweeting the hashtag, "#WakaforAmerica." Will you vote for him as your next president? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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