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Lil Pump endorses Donald Trump for reelection

“Fu*k Sleepy Joe,” the ‘Harverd Dropout’ rapper said.

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Lil Pump emerged on social media this weekend to endorse his preferred presidential candidate. The “Gucci Gang” rapper threw his support behind Donald Trump and criticized Joe Biden’s proposed tax plan.

“All I got to say is Trump 2020, bit*h,” Pump 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 added, using Trump’s derogatory nickname for the Democrat. Pump also shared an altered photo that shows him shaking hands with the president, writing, “The day I met Trump.”

The endorsement is getting mixed reactions on social media, especially since Pump previously tweeted “Fu*k Donald Trump” shortly after the Republican was elected into office in 2016.

“Man... If Lil Pump can influence your vote, I don’t know what at all to tell you,” one person tweeted.

“Its funny to see a bunch of conservatives who would have used lil pump as a prime example of the downfall of western civilization like a week ago now call him a ‘quite intelligent young man!’ in the replies just for not wanting to pay taxes lmao,” wrote another.

Pump’s support for Trump follows similar revelations from Waka Flock Flame and 50 Cent, although the latter recently retracted his endorsement. On Saturday (Oct. 24), 50 responded to his ex-girlfriend Chelsea Handler’s public plea on “The Tonight Show” for the rapper to reconsider his vote.

“I am willing to, you know, seal the deal in more ways than one if he changes his mind and publicly denounces Donald Trump,” Handler said. “I might be willing to go for another spin, if you know what I’m talking about.”

“A what, another spin,” 50 reacted on Twitter. “Fu*k Donald Trump, I never liked him. for all I know he had me set up and had my friend Angel Fernandez killed but that’s history. LOL.”

50 had previously endorsed the president’s reelection in response to Biden’s tax proposals, which Waka Flocka also criticized.

See Lil Pump’s video and some reactions below.

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