‘I Don’t Care He Doesn’t Like Black People’ – 50 Cent Says He’s Voting For Donald Trump

50 Cent has made a major u-turn in regards to the upcoming presidential election by announcing he’s suddenly voting for Donald Trump.

The In Da Club rapper was completely stunned to see a news report about Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s tax plans, which include a 62.6% rate for those earning over $400,000 (£307,000) a year and living in California, and a 62% rate for wealthy New York City residents.

Reacting to the eye-watering figures, 50 shared a screenshot of the proposed tax rates in an Instagram post and wrote: ‘WHAT THE F**K! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT, 🏃‍♂️💨F**K NEW YORK The KNICKS never win anyway. 🤷🏽‍♂️I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people 62% are you out of ya f*****g mind.’

He was welcomed by controversial Republican, Trump supporter and Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren, who said: ‘Welcome to the Trump Train!’

Fellow Republican Candace Owens also weighed in and commented with several prayer hand emoji.

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Many of 50 Cent’s followers didn’t appreciate his sentiments about Trump’s attitudes towards the Black community, with one weighing in: ‘Pay attention black folks. stop being loyal to those who put their luxury over your livelihood.’

Another said: ‘IF YOU MAKE OVER $400,000/year!!!! If you don’t you will be receiving a tax CUT!!! This the dumbest s**t 50 ever posted!!!! 🤦🏽‍♀️ Ya’ll don’t make that much so have several seats! And vote for Biden!!!! Not a racist!’

One follower added: ‘For you, maybe Fif. But they not changing for the rest of us with normal salaries so beat it with this nonsense lol.’

Biden’s plan will see tax cuts for those earning under $400,000 which is said to make up around 98.2% of Americans.

50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, was previously on the fence about Trump.

‘This f*****g guy is a nightmare, but I think I like him. I can’t believe he said that s**t out loud. LOL,’ he wrote in an Instagram post in April.

The US presidential election takes place on November 3.Photo Credit: Getty

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