50 Cent, one of the wealthiest rappers and entrepreneurs in America was not happy when Trump won in 2016. He mocked Trump supporters for voting for a “realty show host.” In his comments, he wrote, “yeah we f**ked up big time, but we gonna be alright watch.”
On Thursday, 50 Cent appeared on MSNBC to discuss his latest family drama series, “BMF,” that explores the life of a Christian black family living in Detroit.
MSNBC host Ari Melber began his interview with a question about an Instagram post by 50 Cent where he announced that he is now a Trump supporter and that he’s making an exodus from New York City to Texas.
During his interview, 50 Cent told MSNBC host Ari Melber that he plans to leave New York City and move to Texas after he announced on Instagram that he’d be moving after “bashing Biden’s tax plan.”
“I didn’t realize I’d be paying 62% of my income to the IRS,” the rapper told MSNBC host Ari Melber, who gushed over the rapper, calling himself a big fan. 50 Cent explained, “When you tell an individual that you’re not gonna keep 62% of your earnings, because you live in this area? I don’t like New York City that much. I don’t like the people enough to stay—alright? I’ll move. I like Texas.” The MSNBC host shared an uncomfortable laugh over 50 Cents response. “And like a Texan, you sound a little bit Republican,” Melber said, as 50 Cent ignored him and continued to praise Texas:
You can watch the entire interview here: