50 Cent Says Kanye West’s Meeting With Trump Isn’t Hip Hop: “This Is Mental Illness” @uzinigerdelta

Actor/producer Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson attends For Your Consideration event For Starz's 'Power' at The Jeremy Hotel on May 3, 2018 in West Hollywood, California.

Earlier today, Kanye West met with Donald Trump for yet another controversial public appearance. Thankfully, the press managed to capture all of the madness that ensued during ‘Ye’s trip to the Oval Office. However, his latest meeting with Trump, much like his first, has divided the same community that put him in a position of prominence. Now, 50 Cent has chimed in and slammed the Yeezy don for meeting with the 45th President of the United States.

After Kanye West made his way to the White House to witness Donald Trump sign the new Music Modernization, – which he was reportedly late for – he chopped it up with Donald Trump in the Oval Office and ended up going on a lengthy rant for over fifteen minutes. Shortly after, 50 Cent took to Instagram to share his thought on ‘Ye’s recent trip to the White House.

“This is not Hip Hop this is mental illness,” he wrote alongside a screenshot of Rolling Stones’ article on Kanye’s meeting with Donald Trump.

This isn’t the first time Fif spoke on Kanye West’s antics this year. After Colin Kaepernick’s ad with Nike came out, 50 Cent turned it into a meme with Kanye West’s face on it and “Slavery was a choice” written across it.

Kanye West is expected to release his new album, Yandhi next month. If you’ve paid attention to any of Kanye West’s album roll-outs in recent times, his visit to the White House comes across as another calculated effort to get the conversation going.


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