The microphone dropped: The rapper said that Lil Wayne and President Trump “had a great meeting.”
On Thursday, the 38-year-old real-name little giant Michael Carter (Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.) posted a photo of himself standing next to Trump on Twitter.
Wayne said: “In addition to everything he has done so far in criminal reform, a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus, the platinum plan will give the community real ownership,” Wayne said. “He listened to what we are going to say today and promised that he will and can do it.”
ICE CUBE: By cooperating with the Trump campaign, the “platinum plan”
Trump’s “Platinum Plan” includes creating 3 million jobs in black communities in the next four years, increasing the capital obtained by nearly 500 billion US dollars, and strengthening Trump’s immigration policy to protect American jobs.
Another artist, Ice Cube, is also working with Trump to develop a “platinum plan” for Americans. He told “Sunday Fox News” that he “did not fight politics for this.”
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He told host Chris Wallace: “I would like to meet anyone who can make it a reality and realize it.”
Ice Cube is hailed as “The Player of the Week” and his music has been calling the system for more than three decades, but recently he has turned to political action. Throughout the summer, he released the “Contract with Black America,” calling for reforms to narrow the opportunity gap in the country.
“Fact: I put [Contract with Black America]”, the rapper tweeted earlier this month. “Both parties contacted me. Daimus said that we will speak at the CWBA after the election. They listened, listened to what I wanted to say…and put forward their plan, which was submitted to the people on September 24. “
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Wallace pointed out that Jared Kushner, President Trump’s female son and senior adviser, met with IceCube for three hours.
In his “contract with black Americans,” Escuber asked politicians to reform banks, police and prisons, eliminate all Confederate statues, federal “baby bonds” funding starting at $1,000 at the time of the baby’s birth, and support Other reforms carried out by the black community won “the support of the black vote.”
Talia Kaplan of Fox News contributed to this report