Radar Online: Jay-Z & Beyonce preparing to run for political office.

Shawn ‘Jay-Z’ Carter and his superstar wife, Beyonce, are reportedly preparing for a huge political campaign.

According to Radar Online, the 46-year-old rap mogul is gearing up to run for office.

Fans of the power couple know that both are democrats and they campaigned hard for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 U.S presidential elections.

In addition to Beyonce performing the national anthem at Obama’s inauguration, they both performed for Clinton at a last minute rally in Cleveland.

After Clinton’s recent defeat by Donald Trump, the music mogul couple seriously began considering becoming more involved.

“Jay-Z is really considering running for political office in New York and Beyonce is 1000 percent supportive of her husband’s decision,” an insider told the website.

“Beyonce and Jay-Z became friends with Barack Obama and Michelle and they have always been close with the Clintons. The Obamas and Clintons have told Jay-Z on numerous occasions that he should get involved in politics.”

“They told him that he would make a great leader. Jay-Z not only has star power, but he would have a ton of support from his fans, as well as from past administrations.

“Beyonce told Jay-Z that running for political office would be a really good next step for his career and she feels like it will also give him a sense of purpose.”

I Have No Interest In Running For Political Office- Dangote

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote on Tuesday said that he had no interest in actively participating in politics, saying business and politics should never be mixed.

Dangote, the Chairman of Dangote Group, made this known while speaking with newsmen during a condolence visit to the Awolowo family over the death of Mrs Hannah Awolowo (HID) at the family’s residence in Ikenne-Remo, Ogun.

The business mogul said that the set of skills required to become successful in business differed from those of politics.

“I can’t be in politics because they say when you want to clap you need two hands.

“If all of us in business go into politics then who is going to create the jobs?

“We are in the private sector so we should be creating jobs. Government should be creating good policies and also ensuring that we are not taking advantage of the poor.

“They are doing what they know how to do best and we are also doing what we know how to do best. Each is a master in its own terrain,” Dangote said.

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