Backfiring Big Time! 50 Cent Says Black Men 'Identifying with Trump' After Guilty Verdict

Nick Kangadis | June 6, 2024
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The guilty on all counts verdict turned in by the jury in Manhattan last week against former President Donald Trump seems to be having some unintended consequences for a subjectively political prosecution by Democrats — black men are jumping ship.

In yet another example of this, a reporter asked rapper and mogul Curtis “50 Cent’ Jackson if he made a decision in who he’s going to support in the upcoming 2024 presidential election. To his credit, Jackson was diplomatic in his answer saying, “I haven’t.”

The reporter then asked Jackson what he feels the temperature among black men is going into said election.

“What do you see is the significance among African-American men in this election?” the reporter asked.

“I see them identifying with Trump,” Jackson responded.

“Why do you say that?” the reporter asked, following up.

“Because they got RICO charges,” Jackson answered before walking away.

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For context, being charged with “RICO” means someone has allegedly violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. Getting charged with RICO “is a serious criminal offense that targets individuals or organizations involved in illegal activities, such as fraud, extortion, and other criminal acts,” according to the Brave search engine AI-generated definition.

Jackson may have meant that black men are “identifying with Trump,” because the establishment propaganda media’s own narrative over the years is that black men have been disproportionately targeted by U.S. justice system. 


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