Rappers to Hillary: Hillary’s got Big Ones

We are being sold the concept that Hillary is “down” with black people; yes, “Black People Approved.”

Because we all know that Hillary is a man of the people. Just as Bill Clinton loves sax and chubby white women, his beard has her penchant for black culture.

That’s why Hillary got some big ones, and I’m not talking her thighs, but endorsements from bona fide real black people.


Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson III is now a Hillary fan.

This is nothing new, as the man who claimed to be a Republican, reportedly “liked Hillary” in 2007, but switched his allegiance to Barack Obama after his speech on race relations.

The irony?

Today however, with no dark horse (pun intended) in sight for Hillary, 50 Cent told the Daily Beast:

“I like some of the things that Hillary says.”

Really? Perhaps Hillary whispered the location of the bar where white chubby women hang out?

50 Cent went on to say:

“I also think Hillary was the president already once. You know what I’m sayin’? Some of the things she says feel really comfortable, and roll off. When people are really close with each other, they use each other as soundboards because they’re the other person’s best friend.”

Uh, HUH? How profound!

50 Cent joins a growing list of rappers who are fans of Clinton.

Snoop Dogg also publicly announced on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” on Sunday he’s giving Clinton his vote.

Politico reports two other rappers, Ja Rule and Waka Flocka Flame, have also voiced support for Hillary.

“I’ve seen my momma raise five boys — that’s super hard, so women can do the same s—t that men could do,” Waka Flocka Flame told MTV last month.


What the Waka Flocka Frack?!

Waka Flocka Flame should have his ass kicked for mentioning Hillary Clinton in a sentence with his mother. Hillary Clinton is a joke compared to his mother. What an insult to a woman who raised five kids without a fraction of the support, financial or otherwise, that harlot Hillary Clinton received.

Rappers for Hillary?! What NONSENSE!

We have allowed RAP CULTURE to replace RELIGION CULTURE in its influence on blacks. Shame on us for not doing a better job exposing these people.

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