“I don’t care if Trump doesn’t like black people,” 50 Cent – real name Curtis Jackson – wrote in a social media post.
Jackson then doubled down on his support for the outgoing president, apparently expressing concerns about Joe Biden’s financial policies.
“I don’t want to be 20,” he wrote in a social media post that has since been deleted.
Now, 50 Cent has downgraded its support for Trump, after Chelsea Handler tweeted that she would “pay [50 Cent’s] taxes in exchange for your return to reason ”.
Handler also joked about The Tonight Show avec Jimmy Fallon that she would consider “doing another round” with 50 Cent if he publicly denounced Trump and renounced his support.
Handler’s message appears to have been passed on to the rapper, who withdrew his support for Trump in a social media post yesterday (October 26).
“Damn Donald Trump, I never liked him,” Jackson wrote on Instagram.
“As far as I know he set me up and killed my friend Angel Fernandez, but that’s history. LOL, ”he added, cryptically.
Last week, Eric Trump shared a photoshopped image of 50 Cent and Ice Cube wearing Trump campaign hats on social media. The since-deleted image caused a stir among social media users, with Ice Cube calling out the president’s son for posting it.