Democrats were shocked to see Donald Trump’s name at the top of rapper Waka Flocka Flame’s concert guest list

Jun 4, 2024

Donald Trump won more nonwhite votes in 2020 than any Republican since 1960.

This election cycle, voters from outside the standard Republican Party base continue to line up behind Donald Trump’s campaign.

And Democrats were shocked to see Donald Trump’s name at the top of rapper Waka Flocka Flame’s concert guest list.

Democrats have traditionally been able to count on winning the overwhelming majority of the black vote during each election cycle.

But that is starting to change thanks to Donald Trump.

And the latest polls show Trump continues to make inroads with black, hispanic, and other minority voters across the country.

One New York Times/Siena poll found Trump winning the support of 23 percent of the black vote.

Donald Trump left Democrats and the media stunned last week when over 25,000 people showed up at his rally in the Bronx, one of the most Democrat counties in America.

During his rally in the Bronx, popular local rappers Sleepy Hallow and Sheff G joined Trump on stage and announced their support for him against Joe Biden.

But this is not the only support Trump enjoys from the rap community and hip hop world.

Rappers Benny the Butcher, Lil Pump, Chief Keef, Kodak Black, Sexyy Red, Azealia Banks, and more than a dozen other rap artists have already endorsed his campaign for President.

One of those rappers is none other than Waka Flocka Flame.

Flame has been a supporter of Trump for quite some time.

He declared that Trump was better than Obama in 2020 and in 2021 Trump awarded him with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

“I just want to thank President Trump for recognizing me,” Waka said when accepting the award. “I wanna thank Bridget and just everyone who loves me with enough love back and do everything that I’ve wanted to do that was generous.”

And now Waka Flocka Flame wants to honor Trump on his upcoming June 14 birthday, at a concert scheduled that day in Miami, Florida.

“Former President Donald Trump was invited to attend rapper Waka Flocka Flame’s concert in Miami on his birthday, June 14, sources have exclusively told Florida’s Voice,” Florida’s Voice reported. “The source also mentioned Waka Flocka Flame being drawn to Trump for signing the Music Modernization Act,” Florida’s Voice continued. “Among its implementations, the law updates the system of royalties for music artists to collect on their music. The bill also amended copyright law to better reflect the digital era of music.”

An appearance at a popular rapper’s concert would help Donald Trump make even more inroads with black and younger voters who traditionally vote Democrat.

And this could be unwelcome news for Biden.

DeSantis Daily will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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