50 Cent changed his mind.
Last week, the 45-year-old rapper made headlines when he encouraged fans to vote in favor of Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election.
The proposal came when 50 Cent-born Curtis Jackson saw news that some New Yorkers would be taxed at 62 percent under Joe Biden’s tax plan.
“WHAT THE F-K WAS! (VOTE FOR TRUMP), Jackson wrote in a post on Instagram. “The F-K NEW YORK KNIKS never win anyway. I don’t care that Trump doesn’t like black people. Are you 62% lost!”
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Just a day later, Jackson redoubled his opposition to the plan, tweeting, “I don’t want to be 20 percent.”
The approval caught the attention of Chelsea Handler, who had previously met the rapper.
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Following the statement from 50 Cent, the 45-year-old comedian commented on his tweet, saying that he was no longer her “favorite ex-boyfriend”.
Handler later offered to pay the rapper’s taxes if he withdrew his support for Trump, and revealed that he opposed the approval, saying she “should remind him that he is a black man.”
On Saturday, the message appears to have sunk as 50 Cent went on Twitter to share a clip of Handler’s appearance on The Tonight Show, in which Handler said she was “ready to sign the deal in more ways than one. if his mind changes and publicly denounces Donald Trump. “
“I may be ready to go for another spin, if you know what I mean,” the funny woman added.
On Saturday, 50 Cent tweeted late-night host Jimmy Fallon and Handler.
“Another spinning F – k Donald Trump, I never liked him,” the rapper wrote. “As far as I know, he ordered me and killed my friend Angel Fernandez, but that’s a story.
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Trump and Biden are backed by a number of celebrities. Election day is November 3.