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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - SEPTEMBER 18: Cory Hardrict attends the premiere of 20th Century Fox's "Ad Astra" at The Cinerama Dome on September 18, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

Actor Cory Hardrict has a message for Kanye West, who is currently running for president. Hardrict recently took to Instagram and told the producer and rapper to “stop playing with us.”

“Stop Playing with US DUDE!!!! Been following this getting my Information in order and Kanye is being used by Trump and the GOP to peel off votes. This is Wildly Dangerous!!!!” Hardrict wrote in his post of a photo of President Donald Trump and West.

“He will automatically take 3% of the votes from Biden Just being on ballots….This will be Catastrophic for the People come November, also the future of America is in Jeopardy this election!!!” Hardrict continued.

“Literally life or death for us all….I Will never tell another man what he Can’t do but this is some Clown s— Kanye!!” “Where your Soul at homie?? Oh, my bad you sold it!! F— YOU!!!” Hardrict concluded. “All your Enablers F— them too…This is the Devil’s work..”

As we previously reported, in at least four states Republicans appear to be assisting Kanye West to get on the ballot for November’s presidential election, as NBC News reported.

Marred by missed deadlines and faulty fillings, the rapper and producer’s presidential bid has caused West to not make the ballot in enough states to actually win the presidential election. This comes as the rapper’s wife, Kim Kardashian, has said that West is struggling with mental illness.

Vice reported on Tuesday (Aug. 4) that an experienced GOP operative with ties to President Trump’s campaign, Lane Ruhland, delivered the signatures that would qualify Kanye West for his presidential bid in Wisconsin.

Other people connected to Republican politics have helped to get the megastar on the ballot in states, including Missouri, Arkansas, and Illinois.

Kanye West won’t officially secure ballot access until the state’s Election Commission can validate his signatures. This move ups the stakes for the producer’s campaign because of him being featured on a ballot in such a key state.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.