50 Cent has certainly stirred up a big reaction with his latest political claim.
During the presidential election, we've seen many famous faces weigh into politics.
via: Getty ImagesFrom urging people to vote to publicly endorsing candidates, many of our favorite celebs have been getting vocal about politics.
And the latest celeb to speak out?
via: Getty ImagesThe one and only 50 Cent.
Although, what he's had to say isn't what fans expected...
via: Getty ImagesHe's managed to conjure up quite a strong reaction.
Why? Well, the star has penned a social media post telling people to vote for Trump...
via: Getty ImagesAnd fans are shocked, to say the least... especially after hearing his reason.
Now, we are mere weeks away from the highly anticipated presidential election...
via: GettySo, of course, Trump is trying to salvage the little reputation he has left.
Because, as you will all be aware...
via: GettyIt seems that he has some serious competition from his Democratic rival, Joe Biden - although Trump probably wouldn't admit that himself.
Of course, the election couldn't have fallen on a worse year...
via: GettyBut it has been powering on ahead... Despite many major setbacks.
Trump's presidential campaign seems to be hitting rocks...And things took an ultimate turn for the worst when at the start of October, the president and the first lady, Melania, tested positive for COVID-19. Trump insisted that they immediately went into self-isolation together and that they felt fine, but after just a few days, he was hospitalized at Walter Reed National Military Centre.
Despite the huge worry surrounding Trump's health...
via: GettyHe was discharged just a few days later and insisted to the nation that all we need to do is to "learn to live with COVID", which was very concerning to hear.
In the days following his diagnosis, Trump continued to insist on how he was "feeling better than ever."
via: GettyBut when Joe Biden proposed making the next presidential debate a virtual one in the interest of health and safety, Trump put his foot down.
FYI, this wasn't just Biden's idea.
via: GettyThe Commission on Presidential Debates announced that the October 15th town hall-style debate in Miami would take place virtually as health experts raised concerns about whether it would be safe to hold the event in person given Trump is still recovering from COVID-19.
The virtual debate that was scheduled to go ahead on the 15th of October was officially canceled due to Trump's refusal.
via: GettyFor some reason, the proposition of a virtual debate infuriated the president and he boldly said he "wouldn't waste his time" on it.
So instead, Joe Biden participated in a Philadelphia town hall forum moderated by ABC's George Stephanopoulos...
via: GettyAnd in typical Trump fashion, the president announced at the last minute that he would hold his own town hall forum in Miami at exactly the same time, hosted by NBC.
The whole campaign process has been nothing short of shambolic.
via: GettySo it wasn't surprising this weekend to see Trump attempting to salvage that last bit of respect from potential voters.
But there is someone who appears to have been won over by Trump's efforts...
via: Getty ImagesRapper 50 Cent has appeared to endorse Trump in his latest Instagram post, urging his followers to vote for the president in the upcoming election.
And, after hearing what he had to say...
via: Getty ImagesReactions came in very strong, despite being mixed.
Of course, some were glad to hear that 50 is supporting Trump.With many praising him for not trying to appear "politically correct."
Others, however, were less than impressed.
The star posted what seems to be a screenshot from CNBC breaking down Biden's tax plan.
via: Getty ImagesAnd it's this plan that appears to have turned 50 Cent's head.
"What the f**k! (Vote for Trump) I'm out," he said in the post.
via: Getty Images"F**k New York. The Knicks never win anyway," he added, referencing the city's basketball team.
That wasn't all...
via: Getty ImagesHe then concluded the post by saying: "I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people, sixty-two percent are you out of ya f**king mind."