US President Donald Trump with Lil Wayne last week. Lil Wayne became the latest prominent rapper to endorse Trump for re-election, but other hip hop stars like 50 Cent and Ice Cube are not fans. Credit: Twitter/Lil Wayne US President Donald Trump with Lil Wayne last week. Lil Wayne became the latest prominent rapper to endorse Trump for re-election, but other hip hop stars like 50 Cent and Ice Cube are not fans. Credit: Twitter/Lil Wayne
US President Donald Trump with Lil Wayne last week. Lil Wayne became the latest prominent rapper to endorse Trump for re-election, but other hip hop stars like 50 Cent and Ice Cube are not fans. Credit: Twitter/Lil Wayne
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Lil Wayne joins rappers giving Donald Trump support – but 50 Cent and Ice Cube don’t feel the same way

  • Before heading off for some last-minute campaigning, Trump privately met hip hop artist Lil Wayne, known for hit singles such as Lollipop, A Milli and Got Money
  • Fellow rapper Lil Pump also gave the US president his backing, but others including 50 Cent, Ice Cube, Cardi B, Offset, Common and Snoop Dogg aren’t fans

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US President Donald Trump with Lil Wayne last week. Lil Wayne became the latest prominent rapper to endorse Trump for re-election, but other hip hop stars like 50 Cent and Ice Cube are not fans. Credit: Twitter/Lil Wayne US President Donald Trump with Lil Wayne last week. Lil Wayne became the latest prominent rapper to endorse Trump for re-election, but other hip hop stars like 50 Cent and Ice Cube are not fans. Credit: Twitter/Lil Wayne
US President Donald Trump with Lil Wayne last week. Lil Wayne became the latest prominent rapper to endorse Trump for re-election, but other hip hop stars like 50 Cent and Ice Cube are not fans. Credit: Twitter/Lil Wayne
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