Kanye West crammed a lot of digs into his new single

Kanye West
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Kanye West rang in 2016 by releasing a new song, "Facts." The rapper dedicated most of it to bashing Nike, a company he served as brand ambassador for until 2014.

But, as The Washington Post notes, Kanye also managed to direct insults at a wide variety of people: Everyone from celebrities like LeBron James and Steve Harvey down to folks who don't care for his wife Kim Kardashian's Kimoji app.

And in case you're wondering about the status of his future presidential campaign, he has this to say in his new song: "2020, I'ma run the whole election, yah!"

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