Lil Wayne fans are reacting to the photo the rapper shared seems to show his support for Donald Trump.
The photo in question shows the 38-year-old man – whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter Jr – standing beside the president and raising his thumb. The couple met to discuss plans to invest $ 500 million in the African American community if he wins the upcoming election.
He posted the photo on Twitter along with a post: “Besides what he has done so far is crime reform, the Platinum Plan will give the community real ownership.”
“He listened to what we had to say today and made sure he would and can get it done.”;
His photo has met with surprise from some of his fans as well as other celebrities, including community star Yvette Nicole Brown.
Brown, who played Shirley Bennett in the sitcom, claims the rapper is backing Trump to oppose reports of Joe Biden’s tax increase plans.
“I’m glad I love people more than my bank balance,” she wrote and added: “There’s nothing that a white supremeist can give me something worthwhile. My people or the life of any other group in this country is suffering. “
Another tweeter wrote: “Did you ask him why he decided to see you less than a week before Election Day? When will some of you learn? “
“You don’t have to be a high priority if someone has a meeting with you five days before the election.”
Lil Wayne was not the only rapper to have discussed the proposed Platinum Plan with the president. According to Trump’s campaign, this four-year program will help create 3 million new African American jobs.
After receiving messages of interest from his followers – including actor Don Cheadle – Ice Cube clarified his views on social media, saying that he was “both sides. contact ”due to his initiative.
The Ice Cube, whose real name is O’Shea Jackson, founded the show in August with the aim of “hitting the heart of racism and [presenting] a blueprint for achieving racial economic equity. “
He disapproves of Trump or his democratic rivalry, making it clear: “Every side is a Dark Side for us here in America. They were all the same until something changed for us.
“All lie and all lie, but we cannot but negotiate with whoever is in power otherwise our situation in this country will never change. Our justice is bipartisan ”.