Rapper 50 Cent predicts 'Trump's gonna be president again'

50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, had previously said that "maybe Trump is the answer."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

In a post shared to X on Tuesday morning, rapper 50 Cent predicted that Trump will be president again.

"The world’s almost over so what are we worried about," 50 Cent wrote. "Who ever made this is fvcked up. I think Trumps gonna be president again, but I’m not gonna say that."

Accompanying the tweet was an artificial intelligence audio of Trump saying he warned "Puffy," also known as Sean "Diddy" Combs, to "stop f*cking with R. Kelly," adding that Combs "really f*cked up."

50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, had previously said that "maybe Trump is the answer" after it was revealed that New York City, under the leadership of Mayor Eric Adams, was set to distribute $53 million in pre-paid debit cards to illegal immigrants, known as "Immediate Response Cards," to help them buy food.

A family of four under the program could receive $1,000 each month at the taxpayer’s expense depending on the family’s income level.

The deep fake of Trump discussing Diddy comes as the rapper’s Miami and Los Angeles homes were raided by Homeland Security in relation to sex trafficking allegations.

Combs was seen walking around the Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport after the raids, and his private jet was discovered in the Caribean island of Antigua.

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