Celebrities are going all out to remove Donald Trump from office.
For four years, every corner of the entertainment industry has been itching to take out the President.
But Trump just got support from one entertainment that left everyone speechless.
The 2020 election got even more interesting after Donald Trump got another unexpected celebrity endorsement.
Famed rapper Lil Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., met with the president to discuss criminal justice reform and plans for urban development.
Carter has over 30 million followers on Twitter and has sold over 100 million albums, so he’s deeply influential in the hip-hop community.
Carter is at least the sixth rapper to openly endorse or at least meet with the Trump campaign.
Ice Cube (O’Shea Jackson) and 50 Cent (Curtis Jackson) both got in water from the leftist elite for having the audacity to sit down with Trump or publicly acknowledge they would vote for him.
Carter is now facing the same kind of backlash.
Left-wing mobs are attempting to “cancel” Carter, but he’s created the cardinal sin of being cordial with Trump.
Carter has never been afraid to hold contrarian beliefs.
In an interview, he once remarked that he was blessed to have never been a victim of racism.
He also recounted a story where a white police officer saved his life when he was younger.
Carter has never fit neatly into the left-wing oppression narrative, so his meeting with Trump shouldn’t come as a total surprise.
Ironically, the hip-hop community had had an affinity for Trump for years before he suddenly became “racist” when he ran for president in 2016.
It appears that the left-wing programming is slowly beginning to glitch.