Trump Brings Lil Pump on Stage at Michigan Rally
During President Trump’s final campaign rally before the election, rapper Lil Pump was brought on stage to say a few words. The rapper, whose main hit “Gucci Gang” has over one billion views on YouTube, recently endorsed the President. Since endorsing Trump, Lil Pump has been posting several MAGA themed videos to social media. “Yo, no cap, if Trump does not get elected, I’m moving the **ck outta here n***a, I’m going to Columbia **ck it” he exclaimed while ripping a blunt on his Instagram story last week.
The Gen Z star, whose real name is Gazzy Garcia, was present at Trump’s Michigan rally on Monday evening. Eventually, the President called him up to the stage where the rapper then addressed the crowd. “I come here to say, Mr. President, I appreciate everything you’ve done for our country. You brought the troops home and you’re doing the right thing,” Pump said to cheers from the crowd. “MAGA 2020-20, don’t forget that! Don’t forget that, and do not vote for sleepy Joe, at all!”
At one point, Pump was seen tossing MAGA hats to the crowd. Trump also accidentally introduced Garcia as “Lil Pimp.”
Lil Pump is not the only high profile hip hop endorsement Trump has received in recent weeks. The President met with Lil Wayne last Thursday, who appeared to give his endorsement.
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