Skip to comments.Lil Pump becomes the latest rapper to endorse Trump because he doesn't 'want to pay an extra 33 percent in taxes'
Posted on 10/26/2020 6:16:45 PM PDT by CheshireTheCat
Lil Pump has become the latest rapper to endorse President Trump, telling fans in a foul-mouthed video that he does not want to pay 'an extra 33 percent in taxes' and saying: 'f*** sleepy Joe'.
The rapper took to Instagram live on Sunday night, telling his 17million followers : 'Trump 2020! F--- I look like paying an extra 33 in taxes for Biden?'
He went on 'f*** sleepy Joe!' before singing off.
Later, he shared a photo-shopped image of himself shaking hands with Trump in the Oval Office.
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No one gets elected promising to raise taxes!
Rappers noticing a culture shift and thinking its time to get in front of it?
Pump up the volume!
Maybe these black rappers don't have white guilt--and they prefer to keep the money that they earned honestly.
I have no doubt the Democrats have a plan to suppress the black Trump vote...
In before the liberal media starts demonizing hip-hop. You’ll see Washington ComPost articles like “Why rappers should refrain from speaking about politics” or something.
OMG...this is too good.
Also: This guy got 17 million followers! What if just a fraction of these people agree with him and decides to vote for Trump?
So when do we expect instagram to ban him for this?
Surprised he knows how to pay taxes!
These people ALL know Trump is not a racist before he became POTUS they ALL wrote songs about Trump hung out with Trump and wanted to be as successful as Trump I am so happy to see them coming forward!!
Lil Pump... you aint black!! Either way, can I sniff your hair? - Creepy Joe
Holy. This guy has millions of followers. The Biden campaign has to be worried about this.
50 cent don’t want to be 19 cent!
We can all use some more bling.
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