50 Cent has revoked his support for incumbent President Donald Trump in November’s election, insisting he “never liked” the POTUS.
Last week, the rapper announced his endorsement of Trump, despite acknowledging that the president “doesn’t like Black people,” citing tax reasons as one of the main reasons for his support.
“WHAT THE F—! (VOTE For TRUMP),” he wrote on social media on, along with a graphic showing Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s tax proposal from TV news show Power Lunch on CNBC.
“I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people 62 per cent are you out of ya f—ing mind,” he insisted at the time, later telling fans that tax cuts for the wealthy will turn him into “20 Cent”.
However, it now seems the In da Club star has shifted his support, with the star posting a video of an interview between Jimmy Fallon and his ex Chelsea Handler, in which she said: “He doesn’t want to pay 62 per cent of taxes because he doesn’t want to go from being 50 Cent to 20 Cent.