50 Cent finally chooses his bet in Presidential election — Trump or Biden?

50 Cent

A few weeks before the U.S Presidential election, 50 Cent finally made up his mind and chose one candidate.

President Donald Trump and Joe Biden currently have a neck-to-neck battle for the spot in the White House. However, the latter lost a vote after 50 Cent pledged to vote for President Trump Instead.

On Instagram, the 45-year-old rapper said that he refused to support former Vice President Joe Biden. He then reasoned out that the figures he saw about Biden’s proposed tax plan changed his mind.

According to the hip-hop mogul, the “top tax rates by state under [the] Biden tax plan” helped him make his mind.

The list includes New York City among the states that would have 62 percent of tax.

“WHAT THE F–K! (VOTE ForTRUMP) IM OUT,” he exclaimed in the caption. “F–K NEW YORK The KNICKS never win anyway. I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people 62% are you out of ya f–king mind.”

The post immediately garnered approvals from netizens, with some saying that the hefty number could only be applied to rich people.

In addition, he said that he would vote for him again for the same reason he got four years ago.

“He gets things done quickly and he will turn the economy around quickly. There you have it, folks there you have it,” he revealed.

50 Cent disagreed but boasted about his wealth

A few moments after calling out Biden for such an unreasonable tax percentage, the rapper suddenly talked about his wealth.

Per the rapper, he is bankrupt and currently looking for a loan he can avail of. He then asked his followers to help him out.

He wrote on the caption the two hashtags, which have the names of the brands he currently owns.

“#bransoncognac #lecheminduroi,” he said alongside a snap of himself smiling.

How rich is 50 Cent?

If people chose to make his net worth his name, the “cent” would be “millions.”

In 2012, Forbes estimated that the rapper’s net worth is around $110 million.

Meanwhile, Branson Cognac’s website states that he earns a huge percentage from the $49.99-$260 per liquor in the store. Meanwhile, his Le Chemin Du Roi might be expensive enough not to share their prices online.

Featured image courtesy of 50 Cent Official Youtube Channel

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