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New Song From Popular Rapper Predicts Trump Winning 2024 Election

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Rapper Benny the Butcher references Donald Trump winning the 2024 presidential election in his new song “Everybody Can’t Go.”

Benny the Butcher says, “Know I’ma win, like the election if Trump run again.”

“My daughter going to any college she want, but I told her, ‘F— school,’ ’cause the cash ain’t worth the pain, and your pops was 20 and worth 30K, F— I’ma do next? They guessing, up wondering, know I’ma win, like the election if Trump run again,” he continues in the song.

He expressed frustration with voting Democrat and announced his support for Trump, citing disappointment with the Democratic party’s impact on African Americans.

He previously said, “People in our position ain’t supposed to speak on their political candidates. That’s what I learned.”

“And I also learned everybody voting for Trump, y’know what I’m saying? Only president I voted for was Obama, so I really was just talking s—,” the rapper continued.

“A lot of times, African Americans — we vote Democrat and what the f— that been doing for us? That’s all I mean, like what the Democrats been doing for us? I was expressing my frustrations on that,” explained Benny the Butcher.

“I don’t know who I’m voting for,” he concluded.

Other members of the hip-hop community, including Kodak Black, Lil Pump, Waka Flocka Flame, and Azealia Banks, have also voiced support for Trump’s return to the White House.

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