Kanye West Breaks U.K. Quarantine Law For Expensive Dinner

Kanye West could trigger an international crisis with his latest trip abroad to the UK. 

Did Kanye West break international coronavirus quarantining rules on his most recent trip to London with his daughter, North?

That seems to be the case as the Independent presidential candidate was seen dining with his daughter over the weekend.

After arriving in England, he and his oldest child went to eat at the fancy Michiko Sushino, a restaurant owned by the fashion designer Michiko Koshino.

Ordinarily, this would not be an issue but with the 2020 global COVID-19 pandemic, everyone who arrives from the United States is mandated by the British parliament to quarantine for two weeks inside before going out in the country.

Having dinner was not the West’s only excursion. They also went to the jewelry store in Dover Street Market, the Bottega Veneta fashion show, and Selfridges on Oxford Street.

Many also noted that he and his baby girl were rocking “Vote for Kanye” shirts.

The producer-turned-rapper-turned-designer-turned-husband-turned-architect-turned-president announced he was running for the chief executive of the United States on July 4, 2020. Since taking office, it is said that he has spent almost $7 million on his campaign, mostly getting paying people to work and collect signatures for him to get on the ballot in certain purple states.

Someone has to tap the presidential hopeful and let him know that foreign relations with America’s allies require him to respect the rules of our allies.