Mark Cuban and John Legend are taking aim at one another on Twitter. The two are engaging in a heated argument over what they believe is best for our country.
It all starts with John Legend replying to a tweet from Trump. Legend writes, “Fact check: Trump is currently at 72.4M so he can’t even round up to 73M. He is and always has been a lying liar. And Biden is at 77.7M. Biden handily won both the popular vote and the electoral college. Trump = Impeached one-term president = lying loser”
Entrepreneur and billionaire, Mark Cuban sees the response and runs with it. He replies to Legend with, “For those considering donating to Reps or Dems in the Georgia Senate run-offs, can you please re-consider and donate that money to your local foodbank and organizations that can help those without food or shelter? Lets put Americans in need above Politics”
Legend isn’t going to let Cuban’s response simply sit there without a reply. As a matter of fact, he chimes in by comparing the Senate changing to food bank donations.
Mark Cuban Continues Battle with John Legend
This sparks a new comment from Cuban and he explains diminishing returns to Legend. Something that a billionaire should know something or two about. Legend doesn’t let that go, though, and he has his own response about allocating money to politics are charities.
The award-winning artist turns the conversation back to the Senate and sounds off about a Democrat versus Republic run Senate.
And there is clearly a difference between what a Mitch-led senate will do vs what a Schumer-led senate will do. As much as politics is annoying, this is very high stakes and hugely impactful to the lives of everyday Americans.— John Legend (@johnlegend) November 12, 2020
Cuban’s comeback explains how he voted for President-Elect Joe Biden, and he has high hopes for him.
Both parties have been outspoken throughout the 2020 Presidential race. Legend and his wife, Chrissy Teagan have often supported Biden recently and also demonstrate strong feelings of dislike for Trump.
Cuban shared his support for the Biden/Harris campaign right before the election. He even tweeted that voting for Biden was a business decision.