50 Cent Says Kanye West’s Presidential Run Is A Diversion

50 Cent Says Kanye West's Presidential Run Is A Diversion
50 Cent Says Kanye West's Presidential Run Is A Diversion
50 Cent Says Kanye West's Presidential Run Is A Diversion
50 Cent Says Kanye West’s Presidential Run Is A Diversion

50 Cent Has Called Out Kanye West’s Presidential Run As A Diversion

In part two of Billboard’s interview with 50 Cent, the Queens star has no problem voicing his opinions against his one-time rival Kanye West regarding his upcoming presidential run. The rapper not only thrashes West about his political pursuit but also explains why he feels the Chicago MC is looking to be a “diversion” during this year’s elections.

“I’m going to contemplate running myself. I’m going to run to create a diversion for someone else,” 50 says mockingly. “The new thing is to run to create a diversion and distract people. Would you run against someone who just gave you $2 million?”According to Forbes last week, West’s YEEZY company received more than $2 million through Trump’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which reportedly saved over 100 jobs.

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“Remember the last president called you a jackass,” says 50 when speaking on the time Obama blasted West for his 2009 antics interrupting Taylor Swift at the VMAs. “Maybe that’s why you embrace this one.”

Though West told Forbes in a new interview he’s no longer in support of Trump and tossed away his MAGA hat for good, 50 believes the rapper didn’t have a choice but to back down due to the “climate” of racial injustice, asking: “How would you keep it without creating a storm of s–t for yourself?”

Though West told Forbes in a new interview he’s no longer in support of Trump and tossed away his MAGA hat for good, 50 believes the rapper didn’t have a choice but to back down due to the “climate” of racial injustice, asking: “How would you keep it without creating a storm of s–t for yourself?”

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“He’s a talented writer. I couldn’t get past him being a correctional officer,” 50 continues. “I know you’re sworn under oath. So circumstances where anything that’s going on that’s not kosher, I know you’re telling. That’s all that was. We’re not competing. There’s nothing to compete for.”

Watch the interview here

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