Rapper Chingy resurfaced with a Donald Trump endorsement many people on Twitter didn’t agree with.
Early 2000’s rapper Chingy, who penned such unforgettable hits as “Right Thurr,” and “Holidae Inn,” took to Twitter Friday not to release a new track, but to join Sarah Palin in endorsing Donald Trump for president.
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The 35-year-old St. Louis rapper, who has kept a low profile on the hip hop scene for much of this decade, shared with his nearly 89,000 followers why he believes the bombastic billionaire should be the country’s commander-in-chief.
“Politics vs. society. People should innerstand that politics is a business jus like the job you work at. I vote for @realDonaldTrump “YEP” 3,” Chingy tweeted.
Naming his debut album “Jackpot” in 2003 – the flashy jewelry-loving artist’s views are certainly aligned with those of Trump.
Following Sarah Palin’s endorsement, Donald Trump is on the a roll, nabbing one from Chingy.
Far from being just some bandwagon supporter, Chingy once paid homage to Trump on his 2004 song “Fall’n”: “Doin’ it like Donald Trump, I’m sendin’ this one.”
The endorsement message continued on:
“@realDonaldTrump knows how to conduct business. This country is a business an needs to be ran by a businessman. It’s not personal people!”
The message for the Republican frontrunner spread quickly around the Twittersphere.
“Donald Trump has been endorsed by Sarah Palin and, more importantly, Chingy. Might as well call this election over already,” reads one tweet out of many others who chimed.
So chingy is endorsing Donald trump ? ? good thing he doesn’t have any fans to influence to vote for him.
— ✨Kema✨™ (@ImSleepThough) January 22, 2016
Chingy endorsed Donald Trump. Who knew the “right” in “Right Thurr” stood for “Right Wing”?
— Kenny Lane (@TheKennyLane) January 22, 2016
Chingy agreeing with Donald Trump guess he’s trying to go from the Holiday Inn to Trump Towers???????
— 216TEMPTATION (@216Temptation) January 22, 2016
Chingy tweeting support for Donald Trump during his break at Radio Shack?
— Parm (@KingFavre) January 22, 2016