“There was a great meeting with alRaldonaldtrump,” Wayne titled the post. “In addition to what he has done so far with the criminal reform, the Platinum Plan is going to give real ownership to society. He listened to what we have to say today and promised he would do it and be able to do it.”
The film caused a backlash from Wayne fans, including fellow rapper 50 Cent, who also showed support for Trump over his platinum plan. He later withdrew his approval.
“Oh, Wayne,” 50 tweeted, adding a head-in-hand emoji. “I did not take this picture.”
The rapper first cited a CNBC report – which he thinks is misleading – stating that New York’s high earners’ wages would be taxed at 62 percent if Joe Biden is elected.
However, after 50 he withdrew his approval, saying, “F *** Donald Trump, I never liked him.”
“I love people more than my bank balance,” she commented. “A white supremacist has nothing to offer me, it is valuable to my people or to the lives of other groups of people in this country.
Another Twitter user wrote: “Did you ask him why he decided to meet you less than a week before election day? When do you learn? ”