Famous Rapper Lil Pump Endorses Trump over Joe Biden’s Tax Plan

Famous Rapper Lil Pump Endorses Trump over Joe Biden’s Tax Plan

Rapper Lil Pump, whose song Gucci Gang has a BILLION VIEWS on YouTube, has endorsed Donald Trump over Joe Biden’s tax plan.

Like 50 Cent, Lil Pump is upset about the much higher tax rate he’ll be paying if Joe Biden wins. He spoke up against Biden to his 17 million Instagram followers in an obscenity-laden Instagram post. You can watch what he said below.

Lil Pump said,

“All I gotta say is Trump 2020 b*tch. F*ck, I look like paying a extra 33 in tax for Biden, b*tch *ss n*gga. F*ck sleepy Joe. Trump 2020 b*tch.”

It’s understandable that he’s angry. As 50 Cent noted, the tax rate for the wealthy in New York City, where he lives would go up to 62% under Biden.

Taxes on the wealthy wouldn’t be that high in Miami, where Lil Pump lives, but they would go up substantially under Biden. Additionally, contrary to what you keep hearing from the Biden campaign and their mainstream media protectors, Joe Biden isn’t just raising taxes on people making more than $400,000 per year. By repealing the Trump tax cut, Biden will increase the amount many middle-class Americans have to pay in taxes as well.

It’s also worth noting that Lil Pump has not always been a Trump supporter. After was first elected, Lil Pump tweeted this,

Yet, this rapper who didn’t like Trump, who will catch flak for supporting Trump, is supporting Trump based on an issue that impacts his life. If all Americans took this attitude and said, “I’m voting for the politician that has the biggest positive impact on my life with his policies,” we’d all be a lot better off.

No American owes any politician their vote. They have to earn it. Lil Pump decided that Donald Trump was the one that earned his vote and he made the right call.

John Hawkins is the author of 101 Things All Young Adults Should Know. You can find him on Parler here & Twitter here.

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