President Donald Trump took to Instagram early on Wednesday to acknowledge the latest celebrity to offer their support for his 2020 reelection.
The famous rapper, 50 Cent, recently announced his backing of President Trump in an Instagram post of his own on Monday. His change of heart comes after seeing a graphic of Joe Biden’s proposed tax plan on CNBC’s program “Power Lunch.”
50 shared a picture of Joe Biden’s alleged tax rate plan by state, which includes a 62.6% rate for California. He claims that he’s got enough information from this one issue alone to vote for Trump.
“WHAT THE F—! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT,” wrote 50 Cent, endorsing Trump as the President of the United States. “F— NEW YORK The KNICKS never win anyway. I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people 62% are you out of ya f——mind.” The caption also includes several emojis.
Meanwhile, Trump didn’t take long to acknowledge the celebrity’s support. The president posted an image on Instagram from the New York Post with the quote “I don’t want to be 20 Cent under Biden’s tax plan.”
The “Get Rich Or Die Tryin’” artist didn’t always want to support Trump in the past. He told James Corden on his late-night show last year that he turned down Trump’s $500,000 offer to come to his 2016 inauguration, saying, “All money’s not good money.” However, it seems he has put those feelings aside for now. It’s important to note the Biden tax plan only applies to people making more than $400,000 per year.
Donald Trump Jr. Reacts to 50 Cent Endorsement
Following 50 Cent’s surprising endorsement on Monday, Donald Trump Jr. took the time to take a shot of his on at Biden on Twitter.
President Trump’s son responded to 50 Cent’s claims that he is not in favor of Biden’s proposed tax plan. Trump Jr. even used Biden’s recent controversial remarks against him in the tweet. Recently, Biden had suggested that if an African-American has trouble deciding between him and President Trump they “ain’t black.”
“Does Joe Biden think 50 cent is not black?” Trump Jr. tweeted.
Many other celebrities have already announced their support for President Trump. Some of those include Kid Rock, Jon Voight, Roseanne Barr, Kirstie Alley, Scott Baio and several others.