Did This Iconic Rapper Just Endorse Trump?

(Congressional Agenda) – We often spend time talking about the negative effects of President Joe Biden’s horrific administration, but there have actually been some good things to come out of his time in office. I mean, not as far as the economy or personal liberty are concerned. However, the disastrous consequences of policies he’s put into place have led to many, many Americans finally having their eyes opened to the truth about progressivism. Such as, potentially, popular rap artist Meek Mill, who seemingly posted an endorsement of former President Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign on social media.

A lot of people were shocked by his post and unsure of what to make of it.

A piece from The Western Journal reveals, Meek Mill — real name Robert Williams — shared a video clip of former Republican Party presidential candidate and pharmaceutical executive, Vivek Ramaswamy, delivering a speech at a Trump rally in the state of New Hampshire, just days after dropping out of the race and throwing support behind the former president’s latest bid for the White House. Trump won by a landslide in the Iowa caucuses, proving that the polling data we’ve been seeing regarding his lead over other candidates is absolutely right on the money.

And that should have Biden worried, as a lot of new polling information concerning a showdown between the two of them indicates Trump taking home the win.

Along with the video clip, Williams included a caption that said, “Wait til yall see who the black people in poverty voting for!!!!”

“The rapper saw his post go viral. As of Wednesday evening, it had been viewed almost 8 million times on X. The post had also received more than 30,000 likes and 4,000 shares, while comments on it were in the thousands. Scores of people were convinced Williams was all-in on Trump and praised him for his apparent endorsement,” The Western Journal stated.

Other folks were not convinced this was a pro-Trump post.

“If Williams is indeed supporting Trump’s bid for the White House, it wouldn’t be the first time a popular rapper has endorsed the 45th president. Since 2016, Trump has received the backing of stars such as Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Ice Cube and Chief Keef, according to the New York Post. Rapper Lil Pump even appeared at a Trump rally in 2020. In November, he led an audience at the University of Arizona in a pro-Trump chant,” the report continued.

It might seem strange, but a lot of rap artists are economically conservative and, for obvious reasons, big fans of free speech. They tend to lean more to the right as they age due to the fact they are essentially successful businessmen who understand how the market works better than most individuals ever will. Granted, some of this experience was gained through illicit business endeavors, but most of these guys grew out of that and went legitimate thanks to their music careers.

Let’s hope Meek Mill clarifies what his post meant so we know whether or not he’s backing Trump or if he’s on the Biden train, which has totally derailed.

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