Kanye West is letting a little loose this weekend.
The 43-year-old rapper shared a short video to Twitter Friday night of him and his 7-year-old daughter North West dancing and laughing outside.
"It's Friday, then it's Saturday, Sunday..." West sings joyfully before hopping out of the golf cart and dancing as "Push the Feeling On" by Nightcrawlers starts to play in the background.
North followed in her father's footsteps and also hopped out of the golf cart to join in on the fun. The "Jesus is King" artist then began busting a signature move from the "Hip Hop Harry" dance circle that's been popular on social media and tried to get North to "do the dance" as well.
"That's a whole different song," a voice from behind the camera tells West.
Throughout the video, West is seen laughing as he tries to dance while simultaneously catch up to the golf cart he just got out of.
West's sweet home video comes shortly after the Wisconsin Democratic Party filed a complaint Friday asking state officials to block the rapper from appearing on the presidential ballot in Wisconsin this November, saying his campaign was tardy in submitting its signatures.
The challenge also suggests there are numerous problems with West's nomination papers, including incorrect addresses for circulators and bogus signatures, such as "Mickey Mouse" and "Bernie Sanders." It also included affidavits from six individuals who said they were duped into putting their names on West's paperwork.
"If the affidavits are true … crimes were committed by the West campaign," said attorney Michael Maistelman, who gathered the affidavits for the state Democratic Party.
West announced he was running for president on July 4, a political campaign that has yet to see much traction after a rocky start. The rapper has missed candidate deadlines in a number of critical states, including Michigan, Florida and Texas. On July 15, Oklahoma officials confirmed to USA TODAY he would be on the state's ballot.
South Carolina State Election Commission spokesperson Chris Whitmire told USA TODAY that West did not submit any of the 10,000 petition signatures needed to get on the state's ballot by the July 20 noon deadline.
Contributing: Sara Moniuszko, USA TODAY; Daniel Bice and Patrick Marley, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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