KIM Kardashian has celebrated hitting 190 million followers on Instagram by calling on fans to vote – but failing to mention Kanye West's own campaign.
The reality star captioned a series of pictures of herself: "190 Million seriously I love u guys so much!!! I appreciate you all more than you know! Please VOTE! You have the power to change your future!"
Her call to action comes just days after her husband Kanye West shared his one-minute and 22-second presidential campaign video on Twitter – which was mocked as "unbelievably sad."
The footage, which has since received more than one and a half million views, shows Ye speaking in front of a black-and-white American flag and talking about "our nation's commitment to faith."
Kim nor her famous family members have yet to endorse Kanye, nearly three months after he launched his campaign in July during a rambling South Carolina rally.
In October he was seen in London with eldest daughter North, who wore a "vote Kanye" tee.
He has since failed to get himself on the ballot in many states and on Wednesday was left embarassed when he shared a video thinking he had been ranked third place in Kentucky.
However, it was only a test poll.
The rapper tweeted a video of himself smiling and whooping with the caption "This is how I felt when I saw that Kentucky poll result," just to later find out the results were incorrect.
Kentucky outlet Lex18 News confirmed that the link the rapper was referring to on their website was actually showing test election results from the state.
"The results shown were not valid. They were simply part of a test," the network tweeted.
"We regret the discovery of the cached web link and have removed the data from that page. We apologize for any confusion."
The father-of-four – who previously revealed his support for President Trump – has also battled a public mental health breakdown, and has been subject to a 24-hour Twitter ban after a series of shocking posts.
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