Lil Pump follows rapper 50 Cent in supporting Trump over Biden's tax plan, Internet says 'time to unfollow'

The 20-year-old rapper shared a picture of himself with the president on his Instagram account to lend his support


                            Lil Pump follows rapper 50 Cent in supporting Trump over Biden's tax plan, Internet says 'time to unfollow'
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Lil Pump has shown his support for Donald Trump by sharing a picture of himself with the president on his Instagram account. The 20-year-old has hinted that he would like to see Trump winning against Democratic nominee Joe Biden. With the photo, Pump wrote in the caption, “THE DAY I MET TRUMP. #trump202022020.” Apart from the photo with Trump, the ‘Gucci Gang’ singer also uploaded an expletive-laden video on the social media platform where he extended his support to the POTUS while giving reasons for not backing the former vice president. “All I gotta say is Trump 2020 b****. F*** I look like paying a extra 33 is tax for Biden, b***** ass n—. F*** sleepy Joe n— Trump 2020 b****,” he stated.

Pump’s action seemed similar to 50 Cent's who recently backed Trump and slammed Biden’s tax plan. The ‘In Da Club’ rapper tweeted, “Yeah, i don’t want to be 20cent. 62% is a very, very, bad idea. 😟i don’t like it! #abcforlife nov 18 #starzgettheapp.” He also posted a TV news graphic of Biden's tax plans on his Instagram account and wrote in the caption: “WHAT THE F**K! (VOTE ForTRUMP) I'M OUT, 🏃‍♂️💨F**K NEW YORK The KNICKS never win anyway. 🤷🏽‍♂️I don’t care Trump doesn’t like Black people. 62% are you out of ya fucking mind?”

For his comments, 50 Cent, who was born Curtis James Jackson III, received a lot of hate comments from internet users. His ex Chelsea Handler also slammed him as she said: “You used to be my favorite ex-boyfriend.” The same happened with Pump as people on social media started trolling him. One user on his Instagram post commented, “Time to unfollow.” Another one said, “The day i lost all respect for u.” The third user added: “Bye lil pump was nice being a fan of you for three years.”

Several took to Twitter also to slam Pump with one writing, “After 50 said it, He thought he was going to get clout too, The news is like who is lil pump?” The second one joked: “Baby boy don't gotta worry but the tax raise cause he won't be in the 400k tax bracket.”

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“We need to start normalizing IGNORING celebs talking about POLITICS! Their lives are unaffected based on who's President. Only the middle class and poor should worry about Politics since it affects our daily lives not the millionaires!” tweeted the third user. The fourth one added: “People care about this clown and other celebrities like it mean something..they could all vote for Trump would make him win.. remember here in America all the money in the country is held by top 1% that 99% of MF with no money worried about getting taxed.”

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“2021 when you try to play 50cent or Lil pump at the party,” stated a fifth user on Twitter while another one added: “DON'T NOBODY EVEN KNOW WHO #lilpump IS. NAME ONE SONG... HE'S A NON MUTHAFUCKIN FACTOR. #CULTUREVULTURE.”


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Besides, common people, director, and producer Robby Starbuck also condemned Pump’s action and said, “This is definitely an unexpected endorsement. Lil Pump has endorsed Donald Trump. He really does not seem like a fan of Sleepy Joe. Not exactly my style of endorsement but…I know this is crazy but apparently Lil Pump has 17 million followers on Instagram, 1.1M on twitter, 17.5M subscribers on YouTube and almost 4 Billion views there so there’s really a fan base that listens to him. Trump is getting support from unconventional places.” Men's rights activist Mike Cernovich added: "lil Pump is another person I had never heard of, wish I never had, but yeah..... loooooooots of low key / first time support for the orange man bad. Unprecedented!"

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