Rapper Lil Jon posted his political views on Twitter on Thursday night after refusing to express support for President Donald Trump.
Trump’s campaign has recently received support from black and Latino performers. Both Ice Cube and Lil Wayne praised the Trump administration’s platinum plan, which aims to help bridge the wealth inequality between blacks and whites. Latin American rapper Lil Pump also said that he would vote for Trump.
When Twitter user @BanRopes asked Lil Jon to add his Trump support to the portfolio, Lil Jon only needed four words to reply.
“How to understand F ****** NOOOOOOO,” Lil Jon tweeted.
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Lil Jon said in a 2016 tweet that he and other actors spoke to Trump after hearing the comments.
Lil Jon wrote: “I can’t say whether he knew what he was actually talking about, but once we explained its offensive nature, he did stop using the term.”
Trump denied knowing who Lil Jon was at a press conference in November 2018.
Although some actors chose to support Trump because of the Platinum Plan, other actors questioned the increase in income tax proposed by the Democratic presidential nominee Biden. According to Biden’s plan, anyone with an annual income of more than $400,000 must pay income tax between 37% and 39.6%.
Lil Pump, whose name is Gazzy Garcia, posted a vulgar language video on Instagram on Monday, criticizing Biden’s plan.
“The only thing I want to say is Trump’s 2020 b ****,” said Lil Pump. “F*** I seem to have overpaid Biden 33 taxes, b ***** ass n *****. F **** sleepy Joe n ******. Trump 2020 b * ***.”
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Lil Wayne was photographed next to Trump in Miami on Thursday. Both Trump and Lil Wayne posted this photo on Twitter. In the accompanying text, Lil Wayne wrote that he had a “great meeting” with Trump on the “Platinum Plan.”
“Had a great party with @realdonaldtrump @potus,” Lil Wayne wrote. “In addition to everything he has done in criminal reform so far, the Platinum Plan will give the community real ownership. He listened to what we have to say today and assured him that he will and can do it.”
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters on Thursday that the dialogue between Lil Wayne and the Trump administration “has been quite a while.”
“You see a lot of people come to support us [Trump] Because his achievements are self-evident. “
Trump’s platinum plan proposes to channel $500 billion to the black American community. The focus of the Platinum Plan is to create 500,000 black-owned businesses, create 3 million new jobs for blacks, and pass a national innocence program that “focuses on unlawful prosecution and rehabilitation” and “unites families and invests in human potential.”