JUST IN: 50 Cent responds to NYC giving pre-paid debit cards to illegals, suggests 'Trump is the answer'

"WTF Mayor Adams call my phone..."


On Saturday, Curtis Jackson, more commonly known as the rapper 50 Cent, criticized New York City Mayor Eric Adams for giving illegal immigrants money on pre-loaded debit cards, saying "Maybe Trump is the answer."

In a post on Instagram, Jackson posted a picture of a New York Post article describing the city plan, and said, "WTF Mayor Adams call my phone, I don’t understand how this works somebody explain."

"Ari Melber can’t explain this I’m stuck maybe TRUMP is the answer," he added.

It was revealed on Friday that New York City is set to distribute $53 million in pre-paid debit cards to illegal immigrants, known as "Immediate Response Cards," to help them buy food. Similar to the state's SNAP program for low-income residents, the cards will only allow them to purchase items from bodegas, grocery stores, supermarkets, and convenience stores.

Depending on the immigrant's income level, a family of four could receive $1,000 each month for food at the taxpayer's expense. Officials said that if it is successful for the 500 immigrants in the initial program, it could be expanded to cover the nearly 15,000 illegal immigrants currently staying in NYC hotels.

50 Cent is just the latest rapper to suggest that Trump might be the one who can fix our nation's problems. Last week, Snoop Dogg said he has "nothing but love" for the former president.

"He ain’t done nothing wrong to me. He has done only great things for me. He pardoned Michael Harris," Snoop said. "So I have nothing but love and respect for Donald Trump.”

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