“Kanye thinks now is the right time for the show to return,” sources told The National ENQUIRER.
After Trump left the show to pursue the presidency, Arnold Schwarzenegger hosted the series for a season, but ratings faltered and the actor-turned-California governor terminated his association with the program.
But Kanye — who recently told followers ““I am distancing myself from politics and completely focusing on being creative !!!” — has a better idea.
“Kanye’s been soft-pitching the idea of an African-American version of ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ to several networks — and there’s lots of interest!”