50 Cent Says He Declined $1 Million Offer To Attend Donald Trump Inauguration


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Just one month earlier than election day, 50 Cent made main headlines after he made an Instagram submit encouraging individuals to vote for Donald Trump. He was clearly sad with President-Elect Biden’s proposed tax plan, however he’s now revealing that cash didn’t sway his voting determination.

In an interview with The Breakfast Club, Fif will get candid about what went down behind the scenes in regard to Donnie’s administration and his now notorious IG submit. He says that prior to creating that submit, the Trump administration provided him as much as $1 million to attend Donnie’s inauguration, and he turned it down.

“I come to y’all to talk about them offering me $1 million to go to Trump’s inauguration, right? I passed on it,” he says. “They offered me $500,000 and it went up to $1 million while I was still confused with whether I should do it.”

According to 50, the Trump administration was seeking to safe the black vote by means of distinguished black celebrities, and he was one of them. He says, nevertheless, he turned down the supply as a result of attainable backlash would’ve gotten.

“He was using me for the same reasons you see now. He participated with different artists for the black vote. And I’m like, ‘I’m not going to put myself in that position’ because I don’t know what I would have to do to recover from that.”

If y’all recall, Lil Wayne was noticed posted up on the White House with Donnie, and posted about on Twitter. When requested about Wayne’s attainable settlement with the Trump administration, 50 says he’s certain Wayne took that test straight to the financial institution.

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