/  10.31.2020

Lil Pump is not sticking around if Donald Trump isn’t re-elected for president. The Miami-born rapper took to Instagram to claim that if the president loses the 2020 presidential election, he is leaving the United States and moving to Colombia.

He shared a video of himself wearing a Trump 2020 hat to his Instagram Stories on Friday (Oct. 30), continuing his outward support for the politician. “Yo, no cap if Trump does not get elected, I’m moving the f-ck out of here,” the Gucci Gang rapper said in the video. “I’m going to Colombia.”

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The message follows a week of Pump expressing his support for the Republican candidate. He has been sharing edited images on his Instagram account of the president with similar hair and tattoos as himself, as well as a doctored image of them together at the White House.

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Earlier this week, Pump endorsed Trump as president after criticizing Joe Biden’s proposed tax plan, which is said to affect people who make more than $400,000 a year. “All I got to say is Trump 2020, bit*h,” he said in a video. “Fu*k I look like paying an extra 33 in tax for Biden’s bit*h ass?”

“Fu*k Sleepy Joe, ni**a,” he continued, using Trump’s insult for his opponent.

Pump joins other prominent rappers who have thrown their support behind the president for re-election. Lil Wayne shared a photo of himself with Trump on Thursday (Oct. 29) to show his support.

The “Let The Beat Build” rapper praised him for what he has done with criminal reform and what he is planning to do for the Black community with his Platinum Plan. Waka Flocka Flame and 50 Cent have also endorsed Trump. The “Power” actor recently walked back his endorsement after facing backlash from fans and fellow celebrities on social media. 


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