Friends of Nicki?: Five Black Musicians Who Supported Republicans

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Eazy-E


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The following sentence will sound like it was taken out of The Onion (had it existed) 20 years ago, so prepare to gasp in disbelief: N.W.A. legend Eazy-E attended the National Republican Senatorial Committee in 1991, while the first George Bush was President. His spokesperson at the time said: Eazy ''really loves the President. He thinks he's a great humanitarian and that he did a great job with Desert Storm.'' Whaaa?

50 Cent

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Now, does that look like a Republican to you? We're not sure we've ever seen one this shirtless and oily before. In 2005, 50 Cent went on record as a big George W. Bush fan (we knew there was one somewhere!), telling GQ magazine that the President was: "incredible" and "a gangsta" and that "I wanna meet George Bush, just shake his hand and tell him how much of me I see in him." W.T.F? Seriously.

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2 comments
dawnatilla
dawnatilla

you guys dont understand that these artists are owned and they are advertising...their actual beliefs politically or otherwise is unimportant. they do what the fat man says. ILLUMINATI MUSIC INDUSTRY...betta ask somebody!

Michael Knight
Michael Knight

... ignorance always includes an impressive wtf aspect ...

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