OK, just kidding.
But on a serious note, the rapper really is dipping his toes into as many global markets as he can. He started in music, worked his way over to fashion, and now we've learned he's making moves to impact the makeup and beauty industry, too (step aside, Kylie Jenner).
Sources confirm Kim Kardashian's hubby has filed paperwork to kickstart his own beauty brand called Donda Cosmetics—named after his mother who passed away in 2007—which will produce a variety of cosmetics including makeup, perfumes, lotions and more.
In case you forgot, Kanye has already unveiled an organizational chart for the many markets he had developed to influence with Donda Communications.
So which of these realms has he already started chipping away at?
For example, Chance the Rapper just took home three awards at the 2017 Grammys, one of which was for Best New Artist. Though he's admitted he doesn't want to be like Kanye, he often credits the "Gold Digger" rapper for having a huge influence on him.
But more than just music, 'Ye has had an impact of music visuals, artwork and videography, too.
His "Famous" music video was the first of its kind and took an immense amount of creativity, time, money and effort to produce. Before that, he's credited as the filmmaker for his five-minute "Runaway" short-film from the My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album, which marked another trendsetting moment in the music industry. Now, rappers like Drake have come out with musical shorts for their hits, too.
His experience in the film world extends beyond his personal life and music, too. Kanye has made cameos in several major television shows and films, including Anchorman 2, The Love Guru, Entourage and more.
At this point, you're probably thinking: Yeah, but several people have made a similar impact in music and film, so what's the big deal?
This is the point in which we move beyond entertainment.
Not to mention, he's brought Kim's modern style to life—remember when he gave her a closet overhaul?!— and is often credited as her stylist for some of her most famous looks that continue impact women's style across the world.
On a more serious level (beyond fashion and entertainment), Kanye has plans to get involved in politics, too.
He made headlines for visiting President Donald Trump in December, during which West said they discussed "multicultural issues" including "bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago."
During the 2015 MTV VMAs, the rapper concluded his Video Vanguard Award speech by announcing his bid for presidency in the next election, and though you may have thought he was just messing around, he brought it up again during his Saint Pablo tour in 2016.
"I'm concerned about putting our concept of how to do the [president's] job in a new way and if no one will do it in that way, I will take position in 2020 and do it myself," he told a crowd in San Jose, Calif.
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"I sit in clubs and I'm like, 'Wow, I've got five years before I go and run for office and I've got a lot of research to do, I've got a lot of growing up to do,' he admitted to Vanity Fair in 2015.
Finally, we'll end it on our last thought: his marriage to Kim K.
'Ye wasn't about to marry just any woman—she had to be the perfect woman to fit in with his plans of domination. And let's face it: together, the pair definitely dominate.
Their wedding alone was deemed the "Wedding of the Century" (aside from that of actual royalty, Kate Middleton and Prince William), and that was definitely a factor of Kim being one of the most famous people in the world. She's garnered massive amounts of social media followers and catapulted the influence of reality stars across the map.
Not to mention, she has one of the most successful apps and video games in the technology world and has turned her Kimoji keyboards into a financially successful conglomerate with fashion statements, accessories, shoes and even wrapping paper.
So, we conclude with one, final question: What could possible stop him now?