"Oh yeah, I'm sure. Easily. He got paid," 50 Cent said during an appearance on the radio show "The Breakfast Club."
After learning that Wayne was recently charged with firearm and ammunition possession, 50 Cent tweeted that the rapper should try to get a pardon from Trump before he leaves office.
"You ever herd [sic] a president say stop counting the f**king votes. LOL SMH," the rapper tweeted on Thursday.
The rapper shared a video, which was posted by a reporter for a conservative outlet, that shows a woman twerking in the street near the White House.
"Wayne Vs. Eminem," 50 Cent captioned the photo shared on Twitter on Monday.
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson said he wouldn't have posed for a picture with Donald Trump after Lil Wayne posted a photo of himself and Trump together on Thursday.
"For all I know he had me set up and had my friend Angel Fernandez killed but that's history," 50 Cent said on Saturday night.
Ice Cube said that people "trying to clown" him may have inadvertently promoted the Trump campaign's "Platinum Plan."
The photo began circulating on social media platforms Monday, receiving thousands of shares on Twitter and Facebook, including by Eric Trump.
The president's son was seemingly making reference to comments that Biden had made during an appearance on "The Breakfast Club" in May.
"It's so evil & Machiavellian— I almost respect it. Almost," Candace Owens tweeted on Tuesday.
Ice Cube responded to Trump's since-deleted tweet with some serious shade after he tweeted kind words including a photo of Ice Cube and 50 Cent.
Christopher Bouzy of Bot Sentinel called out 50 Cent on Twitter for supporting of Trump due to Biden's tax plan.
"I want to just say something to defend 50 Cent because I am just seeing so much ignorance in his comments from the majority of Black people saying they're done with him and it's because he's rich and he's betrayed them," Owens said on Instagram. "No, it's because he's smart and you're not, okay?"
"I don't care Trump doesn't like black people," 50 Cent said while urging his fans to vote for President Donald Trump because of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's plans to increase taxes on the wealthy.
"You gotta do something extremely bad to be canceled," Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson said, "and I think it's so unfair to the people that are canceled."
The infamous rap beef between the two was reignited after Ja Rule challenged 50 Cent to a rap battle on Instagram Live.
"Power" may be coming to an end on Starz, but its spin-off starring Mary J Blige, Method Man and some familiar faces is coming very soon.
"Power" is getting a prequel according to 50 Cent who announced that he is finishing casting on "Power Book III: Raising Kanan," a '90s-set drama featuring a younger version of his character.
Though only one spin-off is arriving soon to Starz, rumors abound that many more shows will be released and set in the past, present, and future of the show's timeline.
"Power" may be getting a prequel following a young Kanan Stark in 1980s New York according to the actor who played him in the Starz series, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.
"Tommy" may be a new spin-off to "Power" that sees Joseph Sikora's character get involved in the California drug game.
"Power" Season 6 fans have been sharing a video that may reveal who shot the main character. Or could it be one of the fake endings that producers have revealed they filmed?
As a Christmas gift, the rapper's son, Sire, was allowed to have the store to himself and bring home any toy he wanted
"Power" has a number of spin-offs coming very soon to Starz and producers Courtney Kemp and 50 Cent have teased an upcoming prequel and sequel.
After Tasha offered to teach Tariq the game in the most recent episode of "Power" Season 6, will the upcoming spin-off see him take over from Ghost and become the main character?
"No one is safe. It's 'Power.'"
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